Build your own fluid grid systems.
High-level guidelines from writing manageable, maintainable CSS.
How to build big, scalable front-ends.
As sites get bigger, selectors should get shorter.
Why you should always try and apply margins in one direction only.
Explaining OOCSS and the use of classes.
“If you’re starting a new job as a developer, place a copy of HTML for Dummies on your desk on the first day, see if anyone says anything…”
Discussing the fluid grid system behind inuit.css.
A nestable, Sass-based, responsive grid system.
“I secretly judge people who write ‘0px’ in their CSS…”
“Look after yourself, and with everything you do, make it count.”
“You know you’ve picked well when you can have a Skype conversation with your girlfriend about the intricacies of spacing em dashes…”
Approaches to maintain a better codebase.
How to do it with multiple remotes.
“The secret is, there is no secret. It’s all just a lot of continued, hard work.”
“Think of a preprocessor as a magnifying glass: it can make good CSS great, but bad CSS terrible. It’s not a magic bullet.”
Code is only a small part of a developer's job.
How to write self-documenting CSS.
An advanced principle to try and apply to CSS.
From BEM to BEMIT with some small additions.
When it’s OK to use !important.
How you can use the tool to get insightful metrics about your style sheets.
A technique for images with a low change rate.
Why to always favor the longhand syntax.
Simple rules to drastically improve your text quality.
When it comes to readable code, most of us could do better.
Let’s find out how well we handle failures.