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#115: Don’t Overthink It Grids

Even if the layout of a site is simple as a main content area on the left and a sidebar on the right, that's a grid. There are new layout …

#112: Using CodePen

CodePen is an app for sharing and playing around with front end code. I made it with some friends of mine: Alex Vazquez and Tim Sabat. In this typical ramble-ridden …

#110: Quick Overview of CSS Position Values

This is a quick beginner-level overview of the different CSS position values. In a nutshell: relative allows you to "nudge" and leaves the element's original position in the page flow. …

#108: Using Chartwell

Chartwell is a font specifically for making simple and beautiful pie charts, bar charts, and line graphs. It's as simple as writing out simple equations like 40+20+25+15. In desktop software …

#105: Using SpriteCow

In which I take a real example of somewhere I knew using sprites would be a good idea, create the sprite by hand in Photoshop (my preferred method), and then …

#100: Let’s Write Semantic Markup

We spend an entire hour looking at a Photoshop design and writing HTML5 markup that describes what we see. We try and be as semantic as we can and discuss …

#98: Playing with Body Borders

Putting a border around the inside of the browser window is such a simple little idea and can be a nice design effect. But how do we do it so …

#97: Intro to CSS Animations

Animations, like transitions, can alter page elements over time. Animations are more powerful and more complex in many ways. You need to declare an animation with a special syntax before …

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