Found 9 blog posts tagged with #css-practices

An overview of modern CSS tooling

May 14, 2021css-practicescss

Modern CSS tools has empowered CSS with many features beyond the language itself and built around PostCSS

What CSS versions are you talking about?

May 08, 2021css-practicescss

Currently CSS versioning is a mess with countless separate modules, CSS3 literally refers to anything beyond CSS2.1, and there is no such thing as CSS4

Understanding CSS fallback behavior

May 06, 2021css-practicescss

Whether to use progressive enhancement or graceful degradation when providing CSS fallbacks for older browsers

Adopting graceful degradation in CSS

May 05, 2021css-practicescss

Starting out with mostly latest cutting-edge CSS features then adding fallbacks gracefully

Adopting progressive enhancement in CSS

May 04, 2021css-practicescss

Starting out with mostly basic widely-supported CSS features, then adding newer ones if supported progressively

Top 10 CSS properties you must know

May 02, 2021css-practicescss

A curated list of top 10 important CSS properties you must know ranked by their usage frequency and complexity

Are you actually good at CSS?

May 01, 2021css-practicescss

Assess your CSS proficiency today after years of styling websites, you might be shocked at how much you don't know

On decision of embracing utility-first CSS

Apr 30, 2021css-practicescss

Whether you should start using utility-first CSS in general or Tailwind in more specific?

Stop writing CSS vendor prefixes manually

Apr 29, 2021css-practicescss

Modern CSS has moved away from manual vendor prefixing in favor of automatic prefixing and feature queries