Using pure CSS arrows is good for performance and cross-browser compatibility. Creating CSS arrows with Sass is even easy to maintain. Markup <p>Awesome pure CSS arrows using Sass!</p> Sass mixin $default-direction: right; $default-color: #69f; $default-size: 0.4; @mixin css-arrow($direction: $default-direction, $color: $default-color, $size: $default-size)… Continue Reading →
An alternative to complex and heavy grid systems which works with/without any normalize css.
In my leisure time (really?) I have made Delicious icon with pure CSS just for fun. Compatibility: IE7, IE8, IE9, Firefox 3.8+, Safari 5+, Chrome 14+, iPhone, Android, iPad, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile Demo HTML <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head>title>CSS Social Icon -… Continue Reading →
The days of writing huge CSS are gone out! There are ways to style your CSS for the entire project. YUI’s CSS Reset is the base of today’s CSS Reset rules. Meyer and HTML5Doctor made it simple. But there are chances to make it more optimize and global.
Here is my cross-browser compatible CSS Reset Framework…