A really nice article which illustrates how can CSS Shapes be used to enhance visual storytelling.
Donovan Hutchinson explores how can stereoscopic effect be achieved using CSS to make the scenes look three dimensional.
Joshua Johnson shares his top five topics that people should brush up on to improve their CSS skills.
Writing maintainable and reusable code takes a lot of effort, but putting in that effort certainly pays off when it comes to working on code over a large amount of time (at least in larger projects).
Kyle Simpson shows how to deal with floated elements. The article isn’t about using floats as approximation for layout structure, but on floating elements with other inline content.
From overspecificity to workflow problems, Pam Selle helps you improve your code by identifying 10 bad CSS habits.
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Browser-sync is a tool for making CSS injection work across a wider swath of browsers than you might assume possible. Shane Osbourne will tell you more about it.
A little jQuery library that handles transitions between DOM states. It animates the changes that happen when you hide or show elements and add or remove classes.
Responsive Icons is a project that explores scalable iconography. The concept interrogates the varying complexity of symbols used on devices, and aims to find the perfect balance of simplicity in relation to screen size.
Until next week