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5 Projects to Help You Master Modern CSS

Many claim CSS is not a programming language. I agree — it's tougher. A mastery of CSS requires skills in design, determination, inventiveness, experience, as well as coding (especially when using preprocessors such as Sass). CSS suggests layouts and styles to the browser. A browser can

A Basic HTML5 Template For Any Project

Louis lays the foundations for all the HTML5 goodness to come. This article is an excerpt from HTML5 & CSS3 for the Real World, by Alexis Goldstein, Louis Lazaris & Estelle Weyl. The post A Basic HTML5 Template For Any Project appeared first on SitePoint.

10 Ways to Hide Elements in CSS

There are multiple ways to hide an element in CSS, but they differ in the way they affect accessibility, layout, animation, performance, and event handling. Animation Some CSS hiding options are all or nothing. The element is either fully visible or fully invisible and there’s no in-between

How to Apply CSS3 Transforms to Background Images

CSS transformations are great, but they don't (yet?) apply to background images. This article presents a workaround for those times when you really do want to rotate a background image, or to keep a background image fixed while its container element is rotated. This article was