Harry Roberts explains why you shouldn’t shy away from using !importnat in some (rare) cases.
Embracing fluid typography might be easier than you think. It has wide browser support, is simple to implement and can be achieved without losing control over many important aspects of design.
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Steven Lambert shares how FamilySearch developed a living style guide, the mistakes they made along the way, and why popular style guide generators did not suit their needs.
Matt Stow explains why using a BEM (or similar methodology) doesn’t necessarily mean that your code won’t be semantic and accessible.
Hugo Giraudel covers the options available for web developers in handling CSS precision with percentage values, including using Sass and the native calc function.
Dudley Storey shows how can you animate a simple walk cycle using CSS and SVG.
Geoff Graham shares some tips you can put to use to ensure your icons always line up beautifully with text.
A site that tests which new HTML5 features are accessibly supported by major browsers.
A collection of all country flags in SVG — plus the CSS for easier integration.
A library of beautifully animated transition effects, powered by CSS Animations.