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  • Responsive Web Design
    How to Create Responsive Images Using the Picture ElementResponsive images
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    We all want our images to display at the best possible quality, with optimal file size, on different devices, but achieving that is easier said than done. In this short video tutorial, you'll learn how to use the picture element to create responsive images.Read More…
  • CSS
    New Course: The CSS of the FutureFuture
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    CSS is constantly evolving. In our new course, The CSS of the Future, Tuts+ instructor Craig Campbell will walk you through some of the bleeding edge features of CSS to help you remain current and ahead of the field.Read More…
  • Animation
    Sign on the Dotted Line: Finishing Your Animation With Waypoints Sig 3
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    In the previous tutorial we animated an SVG signature using CSS. It’s a great effect, making it appear as though the words are being written right there on the screen. In this tutorial we’ll take things further and use Waypoints to trigger the animation when we choose.Read More…
  • Animation
    Sign on the Dotted Line: Animating Your Own SVG SignatureSig 1
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    Animating the stroke of an SVG is perfect for simulating handwriting. Over the course of two tutorials we’re going to use CSS animation to make a signature neatly appear to be written, as though you’re signing the page yourself.Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    New Course: Understanding Responsive ImagesResponsive images
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    We all want our images to display at the best possible quality, with optimal file size, on different devices, but achieving that is easier said than done. There are many different techniques for making images responsive, but some of them have serious downsides, such as limited browser support. In this course you’ll learn everything you need to know to get started with responsive images. Read More…
  • Sass
    Understanding Variable Scope in SassScope
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    In this article, we’ll take a deeper look at variables and variable scope in Sass. The scope of a variable describes the context within which it’s defined and therefore where it’s available to use.Read More…
  • Animation
    Adding Appeal to Your Animations on the WebButton
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    How to add appeal to your designs by combining multiple animations, delays and timing functions.Read More…
  • Community Projects
    CodePen Challenge #1: Results!Codepen challenge 1
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    Last week we asked you to take part in our first CodePen Challenge (oh, there will be more)–here’s what you all cooked up!Read More…
  • Preprocessors
    How to Use Myth: “CSS the Way it Was Imagined”Myth
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    In this tutorial, I'm going to walk you through a tool named Myth. Myth is an alternative CSS preprocessor which, unlike Sass or LESS, doesn’t use proprietary syntax. Instead, Myth adopts “future” syntax as specified in the CSS Working Draft.Read More…
  • Community Projects
    CodePen Challenge #1: Style Section Links with CSSCodepen challenge 1
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    What better way to run a web design Community Project than on CodePen? In this, the first of such challenges, I want you to check out our example pen, fork it and improve it. That’s all you have to do. The best examples will be showcased next week!Read More…
  • CSS
    CSS Feature Detection: Modernizr or Feature Queries?Supports
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    In this tutorial, I’ll go over two approaches for detecting whether a browser supports certain CSS features or not. The first one takes advantage of Modernizr, a popular JavaScript library and the second one feature queries, a promising CSS solution.Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    Quick Tip: Try Combining EMs and REMsBlocks
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    At the 2014 CSSConf in Australia, Simurai gave a really amazing presentation called "Styling with Strings" where he goes over quite a few techniques for developing in-browser. The one tip that really stood out to me was this: pad UI components with EMs, put space between them with REMs. Or, as a rule of thumb: EMs for padding, REMs for margin.Read More…
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