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24 ways: A Harder-Working Class

by Monique

Class is only becoming more important. Focusing on its original definition as an attribute for grouping (or classifying) as well as linking HTML to CSS, recent front-end development practices are emphasizing class as a vessel for structured, modularized style packages. These patterns reduce the need for repetitive declarations that can seriously bloat file sizes, and instil human-readable understanding of how the interface, layout, and aesthetics are constructed.

CSS outline property - outline: none and outline: 0

by Monique

What does the outline property do?

It provides visual feedback for links that have "focus" when navigating a web document using the TAB key (or equivalent). This is especially useful for folks who can't use a mouse or have a visual impairment. If you remove the outline you are making your site inaccessible for these people.

Hiding Content for Accessibility -

by Monique & 1 other

For years now, we've used a number of techniques for hiding content offscreen for accessibility purposes. We do this because the content is still accessible to screenreaders while being removed from the interface for sighted users.

When can I use... Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc

by Monique & 12 others

Compatibility tables for support of HTML5, CSS3, SVG and more in desktop and mobile browsers.

CSS Properties Index · Jens O. Meiert

by Monique & 3 others (via)
Toutes les propriétés CSS (1, 2 et 3) avec leur valeur initiale associée


How design could save the W3C — an article by Ben Schwarz

by Monique

While preparing my HTML workshop, I’ve been re-reading W3C specs in far further detail than I ever would’ve imagined. The reading experience is far from delightful. Not only is the text the entire browser width in measure, but it’s dense and laborious to read. No wonder browser vendors have traditionally missed subtle details.

Techniques in responsive web design | Webdesigner Depot

by Monique

The techniques in this article explain how we can leverage this powerful capability of CSS to also change imagery, alter the navigation on hand-held devices, and set up default CSS for compatibility older browsers.

Vendor Prefixes Are Hurting the Web

by Monique

I think vendor prefixes are hurting the Web. They are hurting Web authors. They are hurting users of browsers. They are hurting competition in the Web browser space. I think we (people developing browsers and Web standards) should stop hurting the Web. It would also make sense for browsers to implement other browsers’ prefixed features to the extent existing content uses prefixed features.

CSS Background: There’s More To Know Than You Think | Van SEO Design

by Monique
Did you know you can control where in the background an image is painted or that you can even specify which part of an element is the background?

The Future Of CSS: Embracing The Machine - Smashing Coding

by Monique

The common conception among Web designers is that a good style sheet is created by hand, each curly bracket meticulously placed, each vendor prefix typed in manually. But how does this tradition fit in a world where the websites and applications that we want to create are becoming increasingly complex?

Testing the accessibility of the CSS generated content |

by Monique

This article is about how screen readers speak the content added with CSS pseudo-elements :before and :after

Styling form controls with CSS, revisited | 456 Berea Street

by Monique & 14 others

The screenshots are taken from 8 browsers on 4 operating systems, for a total of 14 different browser + OS combinations.

VagrantRadio - Simple Download Buttons (HTML & CSS)

by Monique

HTML and CSS version of Simple Web Buttons by Orman Clark. Free to use


IE 9 does not resize text sized in pixels | 456 Berea Street

by Monique
It would be great if IE behaved the same way as other browsers.

Slidy : How to create an HTML Slideshow

by Monique
create a slide show / PowerPoint like presentation using just HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Backgrounds In CSS: Everything You Need To Know - Smashing Magazine

by Monique & 3 others
Backgrounds are a core part of CSS. They are one of the fundamentals that you simply need to know. In this article, we will cover the basics of using CSS backgrounds, including properties such as background-attachment. We’ll show some common tricks that can be done with the background as well as what’s in store for backgrounds in CSS 3 (including four new background properties!).

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