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Some CSS Posts.

  1. Relative digital type size

    Ethan Marcotte makes a potentially deeply technical web design topic accessible and educational 

  2. Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS

    A time-tested approach to building maintainable style rules

  3. Boulton on CSS Grids

    A proposal to define grids in CSS the way designers actually use grids

  4. CSS tidy

    Online tool to format one's CSS exactly as desired

  5. The state of CSS in 2010

    The W3C's official declaration of which of the various modules are part of the specification today

  6. Designing for the iPad

    Some CSS tricks nytimes.com used to customize its election experience for the tablet

  7. On CSS prefixes

    Eric Meyer argues for vendor prefixes, and proposes an improvement to the standardization of CSS

  8. Proportional leading, fluid line length

    Using msnbc.com's new design to talk about a way to improve typography

  9. Targetting iPhone 4

    A simple CSS-based media query can help improve the design of the high resolution device

  10. Saila CSS layouts, revisited

    An update to the tableless CSS-based, liquid, three-column layout that uses HTML 5 and CSS 3 selectors, and works in Internet Explorer 7 and up; Gecko-based browsers like Firefox; Webkit browsers like Safari and Chrome; as well as the Opera browser.

  11. Hyphenation online

    A seemingly easy way to justify, and nicely hyphenate, text online

  12. font-face rendering

    Nice flow chart showing how and why different browsers and operating systems display type

  13. Typekit releases its type loader

    Now any site can deliver custom fonts to its audience using the same fallback techniques as Typekit

  14. Google does Web fonts

    Google introduces a new API to embed a narrow selection of Web-friendly fonts

  15. -moz-any()

    Interesting selector proposed by the Mozilla crew that brings group to CSS selectors

  16. CSS raindrop

    Nice example of what CSS gradients can do with some minimal code.

  17. A CSS typeface named Curtis

    Built of spans, the design is reminiscent of a bold, Art Deco-style display face

  18. CSS3 Please!

    A simple one-page site offering an easy way to remember the vendor prefixes for your favourite CSS3 features

  19. CSS cleaner

    An IE8-only tool that helps identify unused CSS rules

  20. Typekit supports WOFF

    The Web Open Font Format will be used to deliver fonts to Firefox 3.6

  21. Reuters redesigns

    Huge new redesign of Reuters.com offers a lot of nice details

  22. View all (it might be a looong page, though)