DoCSSa (Deferred Object CSS Architecture) is a CSS architecture and methodology that aims to combine all the good parts of the current state of the art. It is intended for use in large, long lived sites, on which many frontend developers may be working over time.
Text inside CSS 2-D transforms often looks jagged or misplaced, but Zoltan Hawryluk shows techniques that can fix it.
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Articles & Tutorials
In this article Ian Feather discusses some of the current issues with Living Style Guides and highlights how a component based architecture can help you solve these.
Dudley Storey explains how subsetting fonts can be an extremely powerful and useful tool for improving page load times.
Harry Roberts shares an interesting and potentially useful idea for grouping related CSS classes in HTML.
Brian Wood gives a nice overview of new generation of visual responsive design tools.
Kitty Giraudel walks you through a couple of ways to use Sass in order to manage responsive breakpoints.
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Compressor.io is a powerful online tool for drastically reducing the size of your images and photos whilst maintaining a high quality with almost no difference before and after compression.
A CSS Sprite generator that generates sprites and proper CSS files out of a directory of images. It supports retina sprites, and it can also inline base64 encoded sprites.
Manoela Ilic shares a couple of very creative article intro effects.
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