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In this article, Rachel Andrew takes a look at the CSS modules that have been created not for use in web browsers, but to deal with printed and paged media.
Matt Mastracci shows a couple of really interesting things you can do with :nth-child and :nth-last-child selectors.
Zach Leatherman shows how to load your fonts and font content asynchronously.
Chris Coyier gives a couple of great tips on how to keep CSS specificity low over time.
Christian Heilmann shows how to conditionally show form fields and explains what are drawbacks and advantages of CSS-only approach.
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A NodeJS based tool that picks up performance data from browser developer tools and converts them to metrics like frame rates, expensive event handlers, paints, and layouts.
deSVG is a handy tool that will help you remove inline SVG bloat from your HTML.
Some inspiration for effects on text inputs using CSS transitions, animations and pseudo-elements.
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