Harry Roberts shows you basic signs which indicate that the code is sub-optional, or that the developer hasn’t done a good job — a must read article.
We all know there’s always room for improvement; and that’s especially true in programming. Hugo Giraudel shares a couple of principles that might improve your CSS skills.
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Inuit.css is a framework you should consider if you need scalable, design-free CSS framework which offers more creative freedom than big and popular CSS frameworks (such as Bootstrap and Foundation) can offer.
An in-depth look at differences between layouts created usinginline-block and float rules with detailed explanation of key differences between them.
Opera is the first browser to support @supports rule. Still, you should learn to use this awesome new rule right away, because I’m sure that it won’t take long for other browsers to implement it as well.
Jeffrey Zeldman explains that there is nothing wrong with id selectors when you use them appropriately (sparingly).
Optimizing your site for Windows Phone 8 (or rather IE10) is easier than you think. Charles Morris guides you through all important things you should take into consideration.
Admit it, you’re not testing your front-end code (although you know that you should). Right time to start testing it is now and good place to start is this article.
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Mind-blowing presentation of Google products that heavily utilizes CSS3 3D transforms.
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