A fantastic introduction into CSS animations. (By the way, in case you’ve missed it, CSS3 animations are supported in Opera 12).
In responsive design, when overall layout scales, the type should scale as well. Here’s a good idea on how to make this happen.
Opera is implementing selected WebKit prefixes. Read this and find out what exactly this means for you.
There are some really good advices in here. You really don’t want to miss them.
If you’re puzzled by “nth-child(3n+4)” in CSS3 pseudo-classes, you must read this article.
Hyphenation can be particularly troublesome in responsive design. However, there is a solution (very well explained in this article).
A real use-case for background-attachment:local. You are familiar with background-attachment:local rule, right?
One of key factors involved in building big, scalable front-ends is sensible and generous use of abstracted classes. Single responsibility principle is a method that will help you achieve this.
Until next week