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Advanced CSS tricks and techniques

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«As time goes by, CSS is becom­ing more and more power­ful and nowadays it allows a lot of pos­sib­il­it­ies. This art­icle is a com­pil­a­tion of fresh, advanced tips and tech­niques to mas­ter your CSS skills.»

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Web design: Fluid Typography

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«Embra­cing flu­id typo­graphy might be easi­er than you think. It has wide browser sup­port, is sim­ple to imple­ment and can be achieved without los­ing con­trol over many import­ant aspects of design. Unlike respons­ive typo­graphy, which changes only at set break­points, flu­id typo­graphy res­izes smoothly to match any device width. It is an intu­it­ive option for a web in which we have a prac­tic­ally infin­ite num­ber of screen sizes to sup­port.»

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20 Small, Yet Viable Solutions Based on Flexbox

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«Flexbox lay­out is per­haps one of the most long-awaited fea­tures in CSS. It is the “talk of the town.” It is suit­able for tab­let and mobile applic­a­tions and small-scale lay­outs, how­ever, its enorm­ous poten­tial allows it to deal with all sorts of pro­jects, includ­ing large-scale ones.»

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CSS3 Features That Are Essential to Modern Web Design

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«Over the last couple of years, CSS has evolved into more than web design­ers and developers could have ever expec­ted. CSS3 intro­duced fea­tures such as bor­der-radi­us, box-shad­ow, text-shad­ow, text-over­flow, mul­tiple-back­ground, trans­ition, flexbox and media quer­ies which can be tar­geted spe­cific­ally using vendor pre­fixes.»

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How to Transform Into Different Apple Devices with Just CSS3

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«I have seen many pure CSS draw­ing, and crazy anim­a­tion with pure CSS3, but I nev­er get to do that myself. So, I was bored and decided to have a little fun with CSS3, so I make this — trans­form into dif­fer­ent devices, from desktop to laptop, tab­let, phone and watch with just sim­ple HTML markup and CSS3.»

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CSS Shapes: How to Line up Images and Texts

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«In applic­a­tions such as InDes­ign or QuarkX­Press, let­ting let­ters flow along paths is a long estab­lished stand­ard for lin­ing up images and text. With CSS3 CSS Shapes allow you to cre­ate the same beha­vi­our in the browser.»

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CSS Flexbox Toolbox — Learning Guides, Tools & Frameworks

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«Flexbox is an advanced meth­od of more effi­ciently using space among­st items of a CSS con­tain­er. While its the­ory can seen a bit com­plic­ated and dif­fi­cult to mas­ter, thank­fully the web is chock-full of great oppor­tun­it­ies to learn.»

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Understanding CSS3 Flexbox for Clean, Hack-Free Responsive Design

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«Remem­ber how hard it used to be to ver­tic­ally center con­tent on your site? If you’re strug­gling with the words “used to be” in that last sen­tence, you obvi­ously haven’t cot­toned onto flexbox yet and need to read on.»

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Pointy Slider in CSS and jQuery

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«Today’s resource is a sim­ple, respons­ive slider, with a sharp design and an inter­est­ing motion effect: with each new slide item, a slid­ing-in block of con­tent cov­ers the old one, and unveils a new image.»

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10 CSS3 Animation Tools You Should Bookmark

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«As people tend to more eas­ily per­ceive things that move, smartly used anim­a­tions can enhance the user exper­i­ence of a site by draw­ing atten­tion to import­ant ele­ments users need to quickly notice.»

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