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Articles & Tutorials
Harry Roberts explains why you should use @extend only when the rulesets that you are trying to DRY out are inherently and thematically related.
Tim Kadlec explains how and why to break down your performance budget into 4 metrics: milestone timings, SpeedIndex, quantity based metrics, and rule based metrics.
Dudley Storey shows how to easily create CSS-only dropcaps using the ::first-letter pseudo selector.
Mark Rabey gives a couple of nice advices on writing good, efficient and maintainable CSS.
Charlie Owen shares how to migrate your team from CSS to Sass.
How well do you handle specificity in your CSS? Get a quick overview with this tool.
Simple way to collect and look at your website performance metrics quickly, that supports budgeting and adding custom metrics.
Another creative and impressive CSS doodle. This time by the talented Amr Zakaria.