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simurai wrote about how to make the CSS cascade your friend, as well as how to prevent yourself from fighting with specificity issues by looking at each property and moving it up the tree, styling certain properties together, using dynamic values like currentColor and ems, and some other useful tips.
Ethan Muller wrote about what decisions go into choosing a grid system. He identifies the 3 kinds of grid systems (semantic, class based, and home brewed), explaining the strengths and weaknesses of each in particular circumstances.
Vincent Pickering wrote a great article about CSS calc(). If you’re not familiar, you can use calc() for performing calculations to determine CSS property values. Vincent shows off some really great use cases for it, such as vertical centering, having a 100% fluid width element next to a fixed element, background-positioning from the right side, and a lot more.
Cory Simmons recently published a grid system that works with PostCSS. It uses the CSS calc() function to define a wide variety of widths and gutters for your grid without the need for extra markup. Because it’s based on PostCSS, you can use it with any pre-processor.
In this episode, we talk about CSS protips, test-driven product design, enterprise CSS, Modernizr 3, and anticipatory design.
In this episode, we are joined by Wes Bos to talk about his journey into the web, Flexbox, its difficulties, and things he’d like to see in the future of Flexbox.
In this episode, we talk about @font-face implementation struggles, responsive images, how “it depends”, and refactoring your CSS.
In this episode, we talk about CSS Modules, the CSS element() function, Bootstrap 4 alpha, working with color in CSS, and laying out a flexible future for web design with flexbox.
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