Category: CSS and SASS

From October 8, 2016

Browser Prefixes

Responsive design makes your design work across screen sizes. But what about working across browsers? Responsive design is only part of the solution to making your site accessible to all platforms. Another part (among many) is using browser prefixes and testing your solutions.

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From October 7, 2016

Borders, Pseudo Elements, and Folds

I’ve recently fielded a lot of questions about Ribbons and Folds done with pure CSS. It’s a lot more than just a few lines of CSS, though

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From October 6, 2016

Collapsing Content

The cornerstone of responsive design is collapsing (and expanding) content to fit on differently sized screens. But what’s the best way to do it? 

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From September 23, 2016

Mobile Menus

Mobile menus are seen throughout the internet. The way mobile menus collapse is summarized by one image: the hamburger icon.

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From March 8, 2016

A Critique on Frameworks

I want to get away from frameworks.

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