Brad Frost shows a number of excellent responsive design techniques. If you’re doing responsive design, this is definitively an article you should read. If you’re not doing responsive design, you should definitely start doing it, and this is still an article you should read.
Fabrice Weinberg shows how to recreate Facebook loading animation in CSS. You’ll (most likely) pick up quite a few tricks from this article.
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Louis Lazaris walks you through different CSS things that don’t occupy any space in document flow. This includes absolutely positioned elements, relatively positioned elements with offset, outlines, transforms and shadows.
Paulina Hetman explains step by step how to create an interesting and compelling scrolling effect that is being used on the new eBay site.
You shouldn’t use (excessively) display:none in your responsive designs. If you have any doubts about that, read this article.
Jakob Hilden shares his impressions of the “SMACSS approach” to CSS and some considerations on using it together with Sass.
Conditional comments are not the only way you can target certain versions of IE; you can also use @media block rules. Good to know.
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