Paul Irish explains in detail why you should use CSS 2D transforms and translate() instead of position:absolute and top/left for moving an element across the screen.
Dear friends, I hope you’re enjoying your holidays and that you’re recharging your batteries for the challenges New Year has in store for you. I, for one, surely am.
This is the last issue for this year. From humble beginnings in March, the newsletter grew to more than 3000 subscribers. I love each and every one of you and I immensely appreciate your trust and support.
I will dedicate even more of my time to CSS Weekly in 2013, and I already have a couple of changes and improvements planned. But more on that later.
An article about different experimental approaches of employing click events using CSS only. It summarizes and shows some clever hacks and smart tricks.
Articles & Tutorials
Nathan Ford explores the attribute selectors and shows how they can be useful when employing object oriented CSS approach. An article well worth reading.
Paul Lewis explores a very popular parallax effect in terms of performance and suggests a few different approaches you can use to make it smoother.
Not all HTML elements should be hyphenated. Eric Meyer proposes a starting point for hyphenation and explains his choices. An interesting and educational read.
You can actually use web fonts in your newsletters. The only problem is (as you would have guessed), client support. Still, this is worth a look.
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Greg Smith explains basic CSS layout concepts, not-so basic concepts, and advanced concepts that are crucial for creating high quality websites. If you’re new to CSS, this tutorial is for you.
Until next week