Dirk Schulze explains how the new CSS Masking spec brings clipping and masking into HTML world.
Susie Francis showcases a bunch of inspirational CSS sites. You’ll most likely pick up a few ideas from these sites.
Articles & tutorials
CSS @supports provides native feature support detection. Even though just a couple of browsers have implemented it, you can use it today. David Walsh explains how.
Many say CSS pre-processors create bloated code, lacking the efficiency of handwritten CSS. Ben Frain looks at techniques in Sass and Compass to streamline outputted CSS.
Google has recently announced Blink, a new rendering engine that will be used by Chromium. Peter-Paul Koch explains what this means to you and to the entire browser landscape.
Paula Borowska explains the basic concepts of CSS3 transitions.
You can’t create a pure CSS alternative to the Select Element. Hugo Giraudel will tell you why.
Stephen Burgess shares a useful Sass mixin he recently wrote for creating CSS triangles.
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This is most likely one of the first point’n click adventure games created in CSS. It’s truly amazing what can be created in browser these days.
A CSS redundancy analyzer that will parse any CSS files you give it and let you know which rulesets have duplicate declarations.
Typeplate is a “typographic starter kit”. It doesn’t make aesthetic design choices, but defines proper markup with extensible styling for common typographic patterns.
Until next week