CSS Specificity

CSS Specificity Wars

Writing CSS code up to latest standards might sound easy for many web developers but yet only few understand CSS in depth and are able to write good reusable CSS. One of the things to take into account when writing CSS code, it’s the concept of CSS specificity. As Mozilla Developer Network defines it, specificity […]

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Create pure CSS carousels

Create beautiful image sliders entirely in CSS. No jQuery, no JavaScript, no image icons, no coding! It’s amazingly fast, light, responsive, and retina-ready. Works on all modern devices and browsers. KenBurns, Slide, Fade, Zoom effects and some flat skins are available (more coming soon). Download a free slider generator for Windows and Mac now! http://cssslider.com/ […]

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Google Developers Web Starter Kit

Google Web Starter Kit

Web Starter Kit is a new Google project, aimed to facilitate web developers workflow, in which all web development best practices come alive in a bombproof ready-to-use boilerplate.  In a nutshell, Web Starter Kit is a great starting point for your web project, being a template built with responsiveness in mind (multi-device support) and optimized for maximum performance. It draws inspiration […]

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