Brad Frost spells out the roles and responsibilities of both front-of-the-front-end and back-of-the-front-end developers. (Terms coined to provide a distinction between the types of web development that need to occur to build successful things on the web.)
Vitaly Friedman reviews useful features and shortcuts for debugging in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari.
Ahmad Shadeed wrote a book full of tips and techniques on how to debug CSS, which will help you significantly reduce the time you spend on debugging and fixing CSS bugs.
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Articles & Tutorials
Ahmad Shadeed created a visual guide on how z-index and stacking contexts work in CSS.
Chris Coyier demonstrates how to create tables that have multiple sticky elements.
Andy Bell shows how to create a simple, accessibility friendly and configurable fluid-type system that uses modern CSS sizing functions.
Håvard Brynjulfsen explains how to create a shrinking header on scroll using position: sticky.
Geoff Graham gives a short introduction to the :focus-visible pseudo-selector, which is, as of version 85, supported in Firefox.
The future is unknown and always in motion—so we asked some of the smartest people we know what they see coming for the web, UX practice, and more. We’ve compiled 15 predictions into a single, free PDF for your reading pleasure, and have included a list of some of their favorite links and tools, to boot.
A library of minimal snippets for modern CSS layouts and components.
Jeremy Keith on the importance of writing, and specifically, on the importance of writing for yourself.