Tag: CSS

How I’m implementing Responsive Web Design

How I'm implementing Responsive Web Design – JeffCroft.com. I echo many of Jeff’s sentiments when it comes to responsive design. First and foremost: responsive design is hard. While it’s all the rage to talk about, actually implementing it is no small task. It takes more planning, more development, more testing, and more trial and error. […]

Posted: May 24, 2012

CSS Hat translates layer styles to CSS3 code

CSS Hat translates layer styles to CSS3 code. Oh my, you Photoshop guys are going to love this.

Posted: May 17, 2012


SASS vs. LESS | CSS-Tricks. I’m also often asked “which is better?” when it comes to LESS and Sass. I started working with Sass roughly a year ago as I was a holdout for some time. At first I simply assumed (like many) that it only worked with Ruby on Rails projects. I was quickly […]

Posted: May 17, 2012

CSS Tricks: How to Speed Up CSS Rendering

CSS Tricks: How to Speed Up CSS Rendering | Onextrapixel – Web Design & Development Online Magazine. In contrast to a more high level approach to organizing and implementing CSS, this article looks at the nitty gritty performance enhancements and bottlenecks you may be dealing with. Performance is always of high concern when engineering the […]

Posted: May 08, 2012

The single responsibility principle applied to CSS

The single responsibility principle applied to CSS — CSS Wizardry—CSS, Web Standards, Typography, and Grids by Harry Roberts. It is so awesome to see the resurgence in knowledgable contributions to the discussion of CSS. Not just the latest preprocessor or newest CSS3 snippet, but honest-to-goodness foundational concepts of CSS implementation. CSS is super powerful, and […]

Posted: May 08, 2012


Css2Less. I really like the educational value of this tool. While I don’t see it necessarily as a utility to come back to and use repeatedly, I think it’s a really great way to introduce LESS to someone who has never worked with it before.

Posted: May 04, 2012

Cross-Browser Debugging CSS

Stubbornella » Blog Archive » Cross-Browser Debugging CSS. This is really a fantastic workflow that’s worth a quick review even for the seasoned front end developers. Browser consistency is surely a focal point for front end Web development but as you progress and build more sites, it should become less of a pain point. CSS […]

Posted: May 04, 2012

Responsive viewport units

Responsive viewport units – destroy/dstorey. I’m going to be honest. There are certain parts of CSS3 that have me nervous. It’s not that I’m intimidated about using them, they just break the lid off what we once thought was impossible. How the heck can you wrap your mind around some of this stuff? It’s inevitable […]

Posted: April 17, 2012

CSS Scroll Effects

CSS Scroll Effects. Quite a slick proof of concept here. Eight eye candy scrolling animations powered by CSS. Go ahead and scroll the lists. Neat stuff!

Posted: April 14, 2012

CSS text-transform updated for the Dutch language!

CSS text-transform updated for the Dutch language!. Localization is often something that flies under our radar, I think. It’s somewhat rare that our projects have any sort of translation requirements, but when they do we often panic. I know it’s always the last thing I think about when building WordPress Plugins, but localization is essential […]

Posted: April 02, 2012