Have you ever thought about optimizing favicons for high density displays? I didn’t think so. Thomas Fuchs explains how to handle them properly.
Did you know that you can now (with some clever use of CSS3) fully customize look and feel of form elements? Nick Dugger will show you how to style checkboxes and radio buttons.
At first glance the CSS and filter shadow techniques appear to be same effect: even their syntaxes are very similar. But, there are some very significant differences between the two. Dudley Storey explains these differences in detail.
Regions are a way in CSS to allow content to flow from one box to another. This tutorial will show you how regions work according to the current specification.
It seems that optgroups in iOS6 Safari are totally broken and thus utterly useless. Avoid them until further notice (or go with an alternative solution recommended by the Ninja).
In case you didn’t know, you can access data attributes of an element directly from CSS.
If you like working with complex CSS directory structures, you’re likely to find headaches with compiling. Luckily, there is a simple config solution that solves this problem. Chris Coyier explains the details.
Yet another magnificent demo that will completely blow you away. It’s truly wondrous what can be accomplished with pure CSS these days.
Until next week