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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.
7 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Pavels Jelisejevs, Feb 09

An Introduction to PostCSS

Are preprocessors the wrong tool for the right job? Pavels thinks so, and he demonstrates why in this PostCSS introduction.
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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
Bartłomiej Kozal, Feb 02

Hocus-Pocus: Building a Design-Free Sass Framework

Bartłomiej Kozal discusses the process of building his own Sass Framework, Hocus-Pocus, and the design decisions behind its features.
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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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HTML & CSS
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.
Mobile
Chris Ward, Jan 27

Using Classy to Create Stylesheets for Native iOS Apps

Chris Ward looks at Classy, a tool for using stylesheets in native iOS apps.
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HTML & CSS
George Martsoukos, Jan 25

Using Modern CSS to Build a Responsive Image Grid

George takes a look at a few different techniques for building a mobile-first, responsive image grid using flexbox and calc().
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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
David Nguyen, Jan 19

The Benefits of Inheritance via @extend in Sass

How web developers can use Sass' @extend feature to make their CSS cleaner, well-structured, and easier to maintain.
7 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Patrick Catanzariti, Jan 14

It's Time to Rethink Vendor Prefixes in CSS

Patrick Catanzariti takes a look at Firefox and Edge's recent move to adopt various WebKit vendor prefixes and what it means for developers.
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Guy Routledge, Jan 13

Watch: The Axis of Flexbox

Discover the system of Flexbox axes and what it can do for you. First tip: they're different than the traditional top to bottom, left to right axes.
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Maria Antonietta Perna, Jan 06

An Introduction to CSS's @supports Rule (Feature Queries)

Maria Antonietta Perna takes a look at the syntax for the new @supports rule, which allows you to test for browser features, similar to how Modernizr is used.
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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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HTML & CSS
Hugo Giraudel, Dec 16

Understanding the CSS Modules Methodology

Hugo Giraudel explains the new kid on the CSS processor block: CSS Modules and he relates why he thinks this concept is how CSS should be.
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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
Maria Antonietta Perna, Dec 09

Decorating the Web with CSS Border Images

Maria Antonietta Perna discusses the capabilities of border images in CSS, describing each of the properties in the border image spec.
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HTML & CSS
Simon Codrington, Dec 08

Intuitive Scrolling Interfaces with CSS Scroll Snap Points

The CSS Scroll Snap Points spec is gaining more and more browser support and the standard has been refined. Simon breaks down the properties with examples.
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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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HTML & CSS
Julian Ćwirko, Dec 02

Introducing sGrid: A Stylus-based Flexbox Grid System

Julian Ćwirko is the author of sGrid: A flexbox and Stylus-based grid system that can be useful for rapid prototyping or hybrid mobile apps.
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HTML & CSS
Artem Tabalin, Dec 01

An Introduction to Hardware Acceleration with CSS Animations

Artem Tabalin shows you how to improve the performance of your CSS animations by taking advantage of hardware acceleration.
14 COMMENTs
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.