In this series of articles Bram Stein takes a look at some of the most common anti-patterns for creating, using, and loading web fonts.
Dudley Storey on the new Motion Path specification, which allows elements to follow curving, pre-plotted paths in native HTML and CSS, with some assistance from SVG.
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Nate Berkopec explains in detail how can you diagnose performance issues on the frontend of your site.
There isn’t just a single property that you reach for when hiding and showing things in CSS. There are a bunch of considerations that Chris Coyier covers in this video.
Radu Chelariu shows how could the Smashing Magazine’s SVG logo be optimised to gain 93.5% reduction in file size.
Hui Jing shows how to create a diamond-based grid layout.
Robin Rendle shows how to achieve a useful effect using mix-blend-mode in CSS.
A rich text editor for everyday writing. It features a sophisticated document model, support for embedded attachments, and outputs terse and consistent HTML.
Print.css is an open source print stylesheet for the environmentally-conscious web developers.
Rachel Bull recreated Emmet from The Lego Movie in pure CSS using HTML shapes, pseudo elements and box-shadows.