Brian Rinaldi shows how to create magazine-style layouts for the web using CSS Regions.
Nicolas Gallagher describes how he implemented the option to add a large cover image to the page. Main requirements for this implementation is that the source image is cropped, and below specific maximum dimensions it’s displayed at a predetermined aspect ratio.
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Tomomi Imura emulates the yet-to-come CSS Level 4 Media-queires to make a web responsive to the light level.
David Simpson explains how Sass has helped him and his team develop, manage and scale large web projects.
Lea Verou shows how to use animation-play-state to pause and continue running CSS animations.
Hugo Giraudel is constantly pushing the boundaries of Sass. In this blog post he shares a Sass string replacement function. Article is definitively worth reading, even though you’ll probably never need the function itself.
You’ll be surprised to hear that there is a way to add single line comments to your CSS. That being said, you probably shouldn’t use this hack.
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Another installment of the The Black Brick Road by Rachel Nabors is ready for your enjoyment. After you’ve finished the game, make sure you check out the source code on Github. You’ll probably learn a thing or two from inspecting Sass files.
Until next week