Mark Otto sheds some light on how and why Bootstrap was made, the processes used to create it, and how it has grown as a design system.
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The possibilities to style, decorate and lay out text in CSS are improving every day, but for more advanced styling you’ll still have to resort to SVG. Luckily, this is easier than you might think.
Chris Coyier explains in detail how to weave together the old and new flexbox syntax to get the best browser support.
Paulina Hetman shows how to quickly and easily create a custom Icon Font using a IcoMoon App service.
A couple of very useful CSS 3D tricks that will most likely save you some headache.
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