Scott Jehl explains how to load your fonts progressively by using font events and a clever polyfill.
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Ben Frain shares his experience of moving the existing Sass based functionality into the PostCSS world. [TL;DR; There is little benefit in jumping ship to PostCSS right now.]
Sara Soueidan shows how to provide fallback for multiple foreground SVG images and/or change the image source for art direction using the <picture> element.
Hans Kristian takes a closer look at the <select> element and gives some handy tips on (not) creating a custom select box.
In this short post, Guil Hernandez goes over a few simple –watch commands, what they mean, and how to overcome possible errors.
A collection of animated icons, symbols and buttons created with SVG and CSS.
Lightweight, customizable, simple autocomplete widget with zero dependencies, built with modern standards for modern browsers.
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Experiment with motion blur applied to a modal window using SVG filters by Lucas Bebber.
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