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CSS animations : adding the finishing touches

The nicest features of a site are often the ones you don’t notice right away. I have gotten into the habit of focusing on the subtle features of the sites I build. Once you start it becomes a bit of an obsession. Practice caution when using these techniques, when over used it can have the opposite effect that you intended.

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New CSS Feature coming soon : @support()

If you have ever used modernizr or head.js then I am sure you are already familiar with the concept of feature detection. With the growing number of browsers and their versions we developers have to be aware of what we are integrating into our code base and what is supported. These tools help bridge the gap for the browsers that don’t support new features. They are a means to an end, but certainly this method can be improved upon, which brings us to @support().

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say good bye to -9999px

This is a short article but worth a read if the title makes any sense at all to you. If -9999px is complete jibberish, you might be on the wrong website, or if you are just learning about CSS read on.

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