CSS3 box-shadow is more powerful than you might think. Kushagra Agarwal will show you basic and advanced box-shadow concepts which will help you create beautiful and creative CSS shadows.
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An opinionated article about the methodology of writing HTML. Suggested methodology is actually more in sync with other OOCSS methodologies than it seems at first.
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CSS of tomorrow is actually already happening today. In what extent, it depends on you. Maybe we should concentrate more on browser features that will come in close future, than on those that will soon be (if they’re not already) a part of the past.
If you were ever in doubt which of these excellent frameworks suits your needs the best, read this article and all your doubts will vanish.
CSS3 gradients syntax has changed recently. Jennifer Yu takes you through differences between the old and new syntax and provides some insight into the change.
Thoriq Firdaus explains the basics of LESS. If you’re (kind of) new to CSS Preprocessors, you’ll find this article useful.
Razvan Caliman shows how the new, web-based CSS FilterLab can be used to try, create and share CSS Filter Effects.
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A very interesting and impressive dropdown menu concept that will surely draw users’ attention. Please note that the concept is missing fallback for browsers that don’t support 3D transforms.
Until next week
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