Heydon Pickering offers an unexpected option for handling cascading styles more efficiently: a variation on the universal selector.
Philip Zastrow shares just how powerful parent selector (&) can be to create simple, clean, and robust Sass.
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Jonathan Cutrell looks at some of the finer details of the recent Shopify’s redesign, and talks a bit about how the redesign was achieved.
Dudley Storey explains how to control text fragments (widows & orphans) for a better-looking site.
Colin Toh brings out the shining qualities of the much-maligned display: table.
Jaime Caballero explains the basic principles of Object-Oriented CSS.
Agus E Setiyono shows two handy tricks on how to utilize CSS Gradients for borders.
Clippy is a tool for generating values for shape functions for the new and cool CSS clip-path property.
Nice and useful tool that stripps comments from CSS. It can be used from the command-line or through the gulp/grunt/broccoli plugins.
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