If you use CSS in your daily work, your primary goal is probably focused around making things ‘look right’. How this is achieved is often far less important than the end result. This means we care less about how CSS works than the correct syntax and visual results.
Mike Riethmuller on The invisible parts of CSS – a great blog post about how CSS works. Please read.
SVG icons for popular brands, maintained by Dan Leech.
Nice write-up by Oliver Lindberg for “A Day with Shopify” in Bristol last year.
Sonja Broda, aka texnixe, has written a very nice article about how to handle images in Kirby.
Read: Handling images in Kirby
Kevin Vigneault asks an interesting question with:
Do responsive sites have to be so tall on mobile?
He doesn’t only ask the question, but comes up with some thoughts on what to change in his opinion.
Read: Do responsive sites have to be so tall on mobile?
What a lovely project. Skateguitar.
We are two friends who once had an idea to combine our passion for skateboarding and music.
I will be in London twice in February. This week for awwwards and in two weeks for Reasons:London. Just wanted to let you know, that from tomorrow on tickets are more expensive. Safe a few £ by getting yours today.
This, at CSSday, looks like a great event. Sad, that I am in NYC exactly then. But you should go.
They seem to have recorded 90 episodes already, but somehow I managed to miss this podcast. Just because Brendan Dawes was their guest in issue 90 and tweeted about it, I know about this podcast. A lovely episode and nice to listen to. I mean … come one … it is Brendan. People must think we have a love affair anyways as much as I tell people about him …
Listen to Data Stories with Brendan Dawes