As sites get bigger, selectors should get shorter. If you want an in-depth explanation of this statement, read the article.
This is a really good introduction into CSS Regions. (I eagerly await the time when we’ll be able to use this in production.)
Gavyn McKenzie guides you through the most common hurdles of responsive web design.
You’ll certainly pick up a trick or two from this article (at least in areas of CSS layouts and grids).
These tricks really are useful and if you’re not already using them, I suggest you consider it.
Have you ever wondered which one is better? Of course you have. Well, you’ll find a definitive answer in this article. (In case you’re wondering, I prefer and use SASS.)
Yes, you can animate CSS3 gradients. But, there’s a catch (as always). Find out what it is in this fine piece of writing.
Until next week