Flexbox is a powerful new layout mode that will revolutionize layout for websites. If you’re still not using it (or at least experimenting with it) you should at least start learning about it. Greg Smith will get you up to speed in this incredibly detailed article.
A superb article by Chris Coyier on image masks. Although this feature isn’t (yet) widely supported by browsers, you can still use it if you provide a fallback. Make sure you read the comments as well.
Articles & Tutorials
Lea Verou shows an excellent (as always) tip for dealing with CSS animations. This article is a must read (just as all other Lea’s articles).
Rachel Nabors shows step-by-step how to create a CSS driven walk-cycle animation. Very interesting, very informative and very educational tutorial.
Are you regularly updating your CSS? You know, removing redundant prefixes, updating to newer syntax (if you’re using cutting-edge features) and similar? Well… you should.
Inuit.css is a no-bullshit grid system built by Harry Roberts (you do know who he is, don’t you?) which certainly has its place in a massive grid systems market. In this article Harry explains how grids work in inuit.css.
Catalin Rosu shares a simple trick to fix a problem with improper rendering of borders in Firefox. Very useful.
A media query that will certainly be very useful (as soon as browsers start implementing it).
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The fact that you’re working with CSS shouldn’t be an excuse not to use a version control system. Be immersed into git through this excellent, interactive tutorial.
Until next week