An excellent video introduction into CSS Preprocessors (if you don’t mind French accent).
CSS generated content is not behaving exactly as it should in all browsers. Catalin Rosu explains these inconsistencies in detail.
Identify repeatable components and reuse them; you’ll save hundreds of lines of code in the long run. P.S. There’s a great discussion in comments, don’t miss it.
You’ll find a couple of really useful and a couple of not-so-useful (but really impressive) CSS powers in this article.
If you haven’t backed this project (as of yet), you still have a couple of days to do so. It will be worth it, trust me.
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about building books with CSS.
Although :not selector still isn’t widely supported, it surely is useful. You should learn how to use it right away.
Until next week