Rob Dodson will tell you everything you need to know (at the moment) about Web Components.
Heydon Pickering shows a very clever technique that will help you deal with incomplete grids nicely.
There are several techniques for creating overlays: from using an absolutely positioned element to outlines and pseudo-elements. In this article Sara Soueidan explores them all and explains their pros and cons.
Chris Coyier shows a couple of interesting techniques that will enable you to have ragged-right inline text that is padded along both the left and right edge of each line.
Dudley Storey demonstrates how can flexbox help you solve your everyday layout problems.
Louis Lazaris explains how are vertical percentages in CSS calculated. Very interesting article.
Very soon you’ll be able to easily mimic scrolling snap points behaviour with pure CSS. In fact, this is working in IE10+ as we speak.
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RECESS is a simple, attractive code quality tool for CSS built on top of LESS.
Pixate is a framework that lets you style your native iOS views with stylesheets.
Lucas Bebber created a pure CSS hipster-ish typographic dashed shadow. Pretty cool.
Until next week