Selector nesting can actually cause more problems than it solves. Hugo Giraudel explains why you should use Sass, or any preprocessor for that matter, to simplify your code, not to make it more complex.
Benjy Stanton shares his process for designing, building and testing responsive HTML emails.
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Articles & Tutorials
A nice case study of implementing drag-resizable editors into Codepen by Chris Coyier. Well worth the read.
Steven Fabre shows how to code an animated CSS banner without using images and explains a few things about CSS animations along the way.
Zach Leatherman explains why are current implementations of @font-face actually harmful to the performance and usability of the web, and shows how to make small changes to fonts loading to make the web work better for everyone.
A couple of good and useful tips on supporting older browsers by Zell Liew.
Laura Franz shares a couple of excellent tips on typography in regard to responsive design.
A tweet-sized debugger for visualizing CSS layouts which outlines every DOM element on the page with a random color.
A simple and intuitive tool that will help you to easily create CSS radial-gradients.
Brandon Lawrence demonstrates how to make photos come to life with a little bit of CSS magic.
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