In CSS everything is global. Philip Walton shares strategies for dealing with this in your own projects.
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Paul Lewis walks you through an overview of the 3D terminology you need to understand to use CSS Shaders and shows how you can start playing with them today.
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Emmet is a web-developer’s toolkit that will greatly improve your workflow. If you’ve ever used Zen Coding, you will love Emmet. If you haven’t, you’ll love Emmet even more.
A rotating 3D iPhone created using CSS. This tutorial shows how to set up the phone and includes some content editable CSS so you can see it built piece by piece, simply by uncommenting the CSS.
Nicolas Gallagher shares a bunch of great advices for developing non-trivial front-ends. This is a must-read article for any serious front-end developer.
You can actually apply CSS3 transitions to the z-index property, but it may work in a way you don’t expect.
Roman Rudenko describes how to use the CSS rem unit to scale specific page elements while leaving others unaffected.
Hans Christian shares some advice on what you can do to get the best out of your print stylesheets.
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