A CSS audit helps to organize code and eliminate repetition for speedier sites. Susan Robertson shows how to sleuth out potential trouble spots, along with offering tips on tools, documentation, and ways to keep your codebases lean well into the future.
Razvan Caliman shows how use CSS Shapes to create experiences that you have never been able to create on the web before.
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Articles & Tutorials
An excellent introduction to Susy (a Sass add-on that provides you with the tools to build your own grid layouts that match the needs of your website) by Zell Liew.
In this article David Clark attempts to define the CSS “utility class” and examines its benefits and dangers, especially for large-scale projects.
In this quick video tutorial Cory Simmons introduces you to BrowserSync, an excellent tool that synchronises URLs, interactions and code changes across multiple devices.
Ilya Grigorik explores if it’s possible (and smart) to optimize performance by relying on the browser to synthesize some font variants on your behalf.
In this tutorial Aaron Lumsden shows how to create a collection of pre-loaders for your web projects using nothing but HTML and CSS3.
Select-CSS is an experimental technique that styles a native select consistently cross-platform with only minimal CSS.
Tablesaw is a set of jQuery plugins that will help you deal with responsive tables.
A very interesting (and hypnotising) CSS experiment by Gregor Adams. (Make sure your browser supports CSS blending modes before viewing it).
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