A multi-device web layout pattern explained from conceptual and technical point of view. Very useful technique (that will surely become very popular).
The beta and alpha stickers are off; you’re looking at first official release of CSS Weekly. Nevertheless, there’s still quite a way to go and your beloved weekly isn’t stopping until it gets there (wherever that is).
Responsive design is (again) the main focus of the newsletter (with a bit of cloudiness and SASSiness).
Here it is, the best of CSS in a past week (or so):
Chris Coyier explains different CSS position values in detail. If you’re (kind of) new to CSS, this is the video you should watch.
Another fine article about CSS3 regions. This might be go-to solution for responsive design (when browser support improves).
Breakpoints in responsive design should be based on content, not on device sizes. It’s as simple as that.
Daniel Eden explains how to fix flash of aliased text bug in webkit browsers and how to achieve more realistic CSS3 animation movement.
SASS doesn’t play nicely with media queries (in all situations). To find out exactly what can cause a problem, read this article.
Until next week
That’s about it for issue #1. I hope you’ve enjoyed it.