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  • HTML5
    Explaining the “Details” and “Summary” ElementsDetails
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    In this tutorial we'll explore the
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  • Case Studies
    How They Did It: StarWars.comSw
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    If you haven't watched Star Wars yet, as soon as you finish this article, go watch it. All of it. (Make sure you come back and let us know if you prefer IV-VI, or I-III.)Read More…
  • HTML
    Quick Tip: Consider Wrapping Your Code With a “figure” ElementPreview figure
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    The "figure" tag was introduced with HTML5 quite some time ago, though you may still be unfamiliar with what it does, or how it can be used in lots of different situations. In this tutorial, you'll learn the difference between "figure" and other comparable tags, and how you can begin using it to enhance the way you group items in your markup.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Recreating the Touch Ripple Effect as Seen on Google DesignGoogle thumb
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    Google's new design efforts are vast and justify a significant amount of conversation. But instead of talking about the theory of "Material Design" and the implications of Google's newest efforts, we're going to focus on an interesting technique Google has employed on their Design landing page.Read More…
  • Sass
    A Simple Responsive Grid, Made Even Better With SassGrid preview
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    In this tutorial we're going to build a simple, responsive grid system using CSS. Once we're familiar with how it works, we'll improve it with Sass, learning some core Sass features along the way.Read More…
  • Adobe Illustrator
    Tips for Getting a Web Design from Illustrator into the BrowserThumb
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    Scenario: someone hands you an Illustrator document with their latest web layout and it's your job to convert it into working HTML and CSS. How do you do that? Let's take a look.Read More…
  • CSS Animation
    A Beginner’s Introduction to CSS AnimationAnimation
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    In this tutorial I am going to introduce you to CSS animations; a highly performant way of animating on the web which is becoming more and more popular as browser support improves.Read More…
  • Adobe Project Parfait
    Quick Tip: Converting Photoshop Files to Code With Project ParfaitParfait
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    Project Parfait is a new tool from Adobe, currently in beta, which lets you open up any PSD directly in the browser to extract CSS, text and image assets from it. At the moment it only works on Chrome but Adobe plan to roll it out across all browsers as development moves on.Read More…
  • Parallax Scrolling
    Create a Masked Background Effect With CSSBg fixed
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    Today we're going to be stepping through a really cool technique you can use to create an effect that's a little bit like parallax scrolling, yet doesn't need any JavaScript; it can be achieved very simply through pure CSS.Read More…
  • CSS
    Quick Tip: Solving the Equal Height Column ConundrumFloat columns
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    There's one familiar problem in web design which has been around ever since we moved from the days of table-based design into the CSS era, and that is: "How can I have 100% height backgrounds in my flexible multi-column layout?". Today, we'll look at some solutions.Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    Building the Responsive Timeline Portfolio PagePortfolio thumb
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    During this tutorial we will be building the fantastic Timeline Portfolio as seen in an earlier tutorial by Tomas Laurinavicius. We will be using some responsive techniques as well as CSS3 animations, Sass and a little bit of jQuery.Read More…
  • Unicode
    Unicode: A Beginner’s PrimerUnicode
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    Believe it or not, there's an image format which is built right into your browser. It allows images to be downloaded even before you need them, renders them perfectly on Retina screens, and allows them to have CSS colours and effects applied to them. Ok, I'm not being entirely truthful there. It's not an image format as such – but the rest still applies. Using Unicode you can create icons that are resolution independent, have virtually no download time and can also be styled with CSS.Read More…
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