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David Berner, Mar 17

How You Can Use Responsive Web Components Today

David Berner explores how to create reusable, Responsive Web Components that can adapt and change inside responsive web designs.
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Louis Lazaris, Mar 16

The Results of The Ultimate CSS Survey

The results of The Ultimate CSS Survey are in! Nearly 7,000 entries have given us a better idea of the habits and knowledge of CSS devs in the industry.
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HTML & CSS
Maria Antonietta Perna, Mar 15

A Practical Introduction to Material Design Lite by Google

Maria gives a nice overview of the features of Google's Material Design Lite framework and how you can use it in one of your new projects.
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Design & UX
Alex Walker, Mar 09

Parallax Burns: Converting Photographs from 2D to 3D with SVG

There's a nice video effect I'm going to call 'Parallax Ken Burns' you see on a lot of documentaries. Can we mimic it in a single SVG file? Maybe.
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Julian Ćwirko, Mar 03

Getting Started with Foundation 6's CLI Tools

Julian provides an in-depth look at a lesser-known, but no less powerful, feature of the new Foundation 6: the command line tools to ease development.
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Design & UX
Alex Walker, Mar 02

Can SVG Save You from Your Fat PNG-32s?

PNG-32 has glorious alpha-transparency support but the files are huge. Can help come from an unlikely hero – SVG?
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HTML & CSS
Simon Codrington, Mar 01

Do You Know These Eight HTML5 Tags?

Simon Codrington explores eight HTML5 tags that are often overlooked by web developers or misunderstood due to changes in the HTML5 specification.
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Louis Lazaris, Feb 24

The Ultimate CSS Survey: Standards and Learning

Louis Lazaris features the third and final part of SitePoint's CSS Survey. This one focuses on the CSS standards and the learning habits of CSS developers.
16 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Adrian Sandu, Feb 18

Cleaning House after Internet Explorer

Adrian Sandu explores the various web development practices that are no longer required now that Microsoft ended support for Internet Explorer 6-10.
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HTML & CSS
Sanjay Guruprasad, Feb 17

A Jade Tutorial for Beginners

Jade is an HTML preprocessor with lots of great features to speed up writing HTML. Sanjay walks through the basics along with a few advanced tricks.
HTML & CSS
Louis Lazaris, Feb 17

The Ultimate CSS Survey: Tools and Workflow

Louis Lazaris reminds readers to fill out part two of the Ultimate CSS Survey. This one is focused on tools and workflow habits in CSS development.
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HTML & CSS
Georgie Luhur, Feb 11

How to Use ARIA Effectively with HTML5

Georgie Luhur explains how web developers can use ARIA roles and attributes within their HTML effectively today.
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HTML & CSS
Louis Lazaris, Feb 10

Introducing: The Ultimate CSS Survey

Louis Lazaris has put together the definitive survey to gather data on various aspects of CSS. This post features the first part of the three-part survey.
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HTML & CSS
Simon Codrington, Feb 04

Foundation 6: The New Flex Grid

In this third article discussing new features in Foundation 6, Simon covers the brand new Flex Grid system, a modern alternative to the legacy grid.
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HTML & CSS
Maria Antonietta Perna, Jan 28

Introduction to jCanvas: jQuery Meets HTML5 Canvas

Using lots of demos, Maria Antonietta Perna discusses many of the features of jCanvas, a jQuery plugin to make it easier to work with the HTML5 Canvas API.
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Louis Lazaris, Jan 27

20+ Docs and Guides for Front-end Developers (No. 7)

Louis Lazaris presents the 7th installment of this series featuring another more than 20 learning resources for front-end developers.
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HTML & CSS
Simon Codrington, Jan 20

Foundation 6: The New Menu Component

The Foundation framework has overhauled its menu components into a single, powerful component. Simon looks at the different options available in Foundation 6.
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HTML & CSS
Simon Codrington, Jan 05

What's New in Foundation 6?

Zurb's popular Foundation framework has been overhauled and improved. Simon Codrington looks at what's new and what features have been improved.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Jan 03

The Best Way to Create SVGs from Existing Artwork

SVG is great but what's the best way to convert your existing JPEGs and PNGs into SVG format?
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HTML & CSS
Louis Lazaris, Dec 23

Front-end Tools: Some of My Favorite Finds of 2015

Louis Lazaris has discovered a slew of new tools for front-end developers. In this end-of-year post, he lists some of his favorite finds of 2015.
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Pankaj Parashar, Dec 15

Building Custom Web Components with X-Tag

Pankaj Parashar introduces Microsoft's X-Tag JavaScript library to enable Web Components, using the example of a Google Map custom element.
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HTML & CSS
Guilherme Muller, Dec 03

Watch: Remembering the Document Outline in an HTML5 World

Have you ever heard of a HTML document outline? It's been nearly forgotten since HTML5, but it means a more accessibility and better semantic structure.
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Design & UX
Angus Russell, Nov 23

10 Guidelines for Better Website Background Videos

Background videos: when they're good, they're very, very good, but when they are bad, they are horrid. Angus has some tips to keep you out of trouble.
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HTML & CSS
Louis Lazaris, Nov 17

DOM Tips and Techniques: Parent, Child, and Siblings

Louis Lazaris looks at different, little-known DOM manipulation techniques that you may not have seen or used before, with a focus on parent/sibling/child.