Alex Danilo shows a few basic fundamental uses for SVG and explains why SVG is format probably the ideal choice for line drawn artwork.
The number 30 is in some cultures considered to be a magical number. People from these cultures would, therefore, surely think that this is a magical issue. But oh boy would they be wrong. This is just an ordinary CSS Weekly issue, full of CSS goodness.
Google Web Fonts, Font Squirrel and Typekit are the most popular font services; if you want to find out how exactly each of these services works and what the main differences between them are, this is definitely an article for you.
Articles & Tutorials
CSS Transforms and CSS Animations are two powerful feature-sets that enable richer and more immersive Web experiences. With a small amount of effort you can create Web pages (even static ones) that provide a fluid and almost app-like navigation experience.
IE10 should be officially released in a few days. With that in mind, you might want to check your beautifully crafted responsive sites, because they are likely to break in certain Metro mode situations. Tim Kadlec explains the problem (and solution) in detail.
Debugging Sass can seem a bit complicated and hard at first. But, if you turn on Source Maps in Chrome, or FireSass in Firefox, your struggles will come to an end.
A basic introduction into floats. If you’re having problems with them (or if you’d like to refresh your knowledge), this is an article for you.
Until next week
Don’t forget to update all your browsers. (You are using more than one browser at least in development, aren’t you?)