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Essential Image Optimization for the Web
A free ebook on modern image optimization techniques. Formats, decoders, techniques for efficient compression and more are covered.
CSS Grid Gotchas And Stumbling Blocks
CSS Grid is such a different way of approaching Web layout that a variety of questions often pop up, some of which are answered here.
Fundamentals of Responsive Images
A good explainer of the key concepts for responsive images, and an overview of a few different responsive image tactics.
Integrating SVG Into Your Site
Dudley Storey gets into why you should be using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) and how you can easily integrate them into your site in a variety of ways.
Implementing a Collapsible Widget with Pure CSS
eBay’s Font Loading Strategy
The considerations and strategy behind eBay’s switch to using a custom font.
What You Need to Know About Variable Fonts
An interview with Tim Brown and Bram Stein of Adobe Typekit.
How CSS Grid Went From Idea to Reality
Stripe Elements: Build Beautiful, Smart Checkout Flows
Pre-built UI components for creating ‘pixel-perfect’ checkout flows across desktop and mobile.
CSS Grid Layout + Firefox = ❤
A detailed walk-through on learning CSS Grid layout.
SentinelJS: Detect New DOM Nodes using CSS Selectors
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