Nicolas Gallagher looks at the design and aims of the SUIT framework (an HTML/CSS framework for creating loosely coupled UI components), and the use of tooling to support and test HTML/CSS development.
If you’re hiring front-end developers (or if you’re trying to land a job as a front-end developer) you’ll find this article invaluable. (Shameless self-plug: don’t forget that you can advertise your job openings in CSS Weekly).
Manoela Ilic demonstrates a couple of very cool animated SVG effects for checkboxes and radio buttons. The idea is to hide the inputs, use pseudo-elements to create a more appealing style and then animate the SVG paths once an input is selected.
As you probably know, Ghost (new blogging platform) has been released for public a couple of days ago. In this article, Kezz Bracey shows the basics of Ghost theme styling.
Alex Carpenter shows how easy it is to create text gradients using background-clip and text-fill-color properties.
Outlook has extremely poor support for modern HTML and CSS features, which means that optimizing newsletters for it (especially if you want to go down the responsive route) is a pretty serious challenge. Eric Morris offers a couple of good tips that will help you with your newsletter hurdles.
Joan Lafferty steps through how to easily test out CSS Regions, a new CSS specification for flowing content, using the Edge Reflow responsive design tool.
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DiagnostiCSS is a tool that visually detects any potentially invalid or inaccessible HTML markup. It highlights the following problems: inline styles and event attributes, invalid links, empty or deprecated elements, and elements missing required attribute.
Bennett Feely created a very nice concept of a menu icon that smoothly transitions into different symbols when clicked (or possibly touched).
Until next week