Harry Roberts introduces Inverted Triangle CSS, and explains how to use it to create, manage and scale your large-scale CSS projects.
Your selectors are the most fundamental aspect of your CSS architecture; make sure you’re writing sane and simple ones.
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Articles & Tutorials
An excellent, in-depth article on improving web performance by Scott Jehl of Filament Group.
Gregor Adams explains in detail how he managed to re-create the Netflix logo animation in pure CSS (with a little bit of Sass).
Ben Frain looks at the different CSS units, and explains why pixels might not be a bad idea after all.
Chris Coyier shares his thoughts on where a style guide can fit into a team’s process.
Taylor Hunt explains how to mark up a web comic to make the meaning clear to assistive technology, search engines, and anyone looking at the source.
CSS Reporter is a tool that generates a detailed analysis of your stylesheets.
A tool that lets you test and analyze x-height, weights, characteristics, peculiarities and legibility of webfonts.
Gerry McGovern on why you should focus on what really matters (the top tasks) and defocus on what matters less (the tiny tasks).