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Another edition of “the advent calendar for web geeks”.
Great concept for a “10 Finger Multitouch User Interface”.
Mozilla attempts to build an “operating system for the open web”.
How normalize.css differs from the traditional CSS reset.
It is time to remove all CSS hacks that target Internet Explorer.
Scott Schiller created a DJ App that is not based on Flash.
I’ve just made my mark at markup.mozilla.org.
I just bought two more books from them.
Exploring the differences between em and rem.
Neil Fraser created a converter that turns images into HTML tables.
80% of web development is about making sites work in IE.
A deeper look into pros and cons of data URIs.
Spoiler: The title is not a empty promise.
Román Cortés puts some shiny CSS3 stuff into action.
Replacing the “Sliding Doors” technique with border-image.
Another browser-shipping-based cake delivery took place.
Those -9999px might cause some SEO frustration.
A refreshing take on apps by Mozilla Labs.
How to show your alternate designs.
Sometimes an error is not where you look for it.
How to display an image as full page background while preserving its aspect ratio with CSS.
Peter-Paul Koch took a closer look on pixels.
Having read their first two books, I’m curious what comes next.
Andy Clarke on separation of Content and Style.
Designing for the lowest common denominator is no longer the way to go.
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