An update that further reduces the amount of CSS required.
Make browsers render all elements more consistently.
Adding normalize.css, respond.js, and much more.
A rock-solid default for HTML5 awesome.
An effect using semantic HTML, pseudo-elements, and CSS3 backgrounds.
Hacks for CSS pseudo-elements that are part of CSS 2.1.
Asynchronous loading of social buttons.
Mobile first approach and IE desktop experience with Sass.
Wear a beanie today, build the web tomorrow.
A modern, HTML5-ready, alternative to the traditional CSS reset.
How it compares to other image replacement techniques.
A collection of thoughts, experiences, and ideas.
A reasonable style guide for CSS development.
“Are you new to front-end web development? Here's a secret: no one else really knows what they're doing either.”
“CSS: the technology responsible for 90% of the alcoholism in the web design industry.”
How to create a CSS preprocessor with Node.js libraries.