Sarah Drasner explains why animating SVG is different from animating in CSS, and how to work around some common hiccups you might experience along the way.
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Donovan Hutchinson discusses how to create a bank of small, simple animations that can be applied in multiple situations.
Harry Roberts explains how, by using CSS’ :target pseudo-selector, you can work out what a user has clicked on, and by using the adjacent sibling selector, you can use that user’s action to style subsequent parts of the DOM.
Zell Liew shares what he learned about designing grid systems for a responsive website.
Justin Avery explores what would a periodic table look like if it was built from a purely semantic point of view in HTML, and how would that then translate to the screen from a design point of view.
Rémi Parmentier explains everything you need to know about doctypes in HTML emails.
An icon set made with pure CSS, with no dependencies.
Rachel Bull recreated Angry Birds in pure CSS, using pseudo classes and box-shadows.