A brilliant tutorial by Sara Soueidan on creating very interesting, effective and appealing navigation.
Nick Pettit has been experimenting with multi planing using CSS 3D and SVGs. Result is, even though it works only in Chrome and Safari on desktop, quite impressive.
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Microsoft made a lot of changes to the upcoming IE11 developer tools. Rey Bango gives a nice and detailed overview of these changes.
Do you know what a block formatting context is? If not or if you’d like to solidify your knowledge this video is for you.
In this short tutorial, Martin Angelov creates an interesting slide-out footer with a bit of CSS.
Mathew Carella shares tips and best practices for writing better and more efficient CSS.
Paula Borowska shows how to create a very simple but effective pricing table using CSS.
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An awesome tool that crawls your website to find unused CSS selectors, as well as duplicate selectors.
A nice tool that will help you understand how exactly 3D CSS works and behaves.
This brilliant resource will help you get the most of your developer tools in Chrome, Firebug, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera and Safari. Make sure you check it out.
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