5th Jan

CSS NEWS – A quick catchup

Some CSS news from the web design industry. I have cherry-picked these articles and tools, aimed specifically at CSS and web design. Enjoy!

My Top 10 Most Used CSS Class Names

Many developers are puzzled when it comes to assigning class names to elements and often end up using wrong ones. Class names should not describe how the element looks like or where is it placed. A good class name should describe what a certain element represents. Here are my top 10 class names with explanations. Hopefully it will give you a clearer image of what kind of class names you should use. Read more…

9 CSS frameworks for faster templates building

Frameworks are already widely used for Javascript or PHP development, and it is getting popular for CSS templating. It improves your workflow and lets you set up templates quickly with cross-browser compatibility in mind. Here is nine frameworks to make templating faster. Read more…

The Woork Handbook

The Woork Handbook is a free eBook about CSS, HTML, Ajax, web programming, Mootools, Scriptaculous and other topics about web design… directly from Woork! Read more…

Useful resources to improve the look and features of HTML Forms

Are you looking for some useful tips to improve the look and features of your standard HTML FORM elements? In this post I suggest you some interesting resources about this topics. Read more…

Useful guidelines to improve CSS coding and maintainability

Developing CSS code for websites with a complex layout structure can be an hard work for a web designer. But in this situation, an harder work is writing code in order to simplify the continuous maintainability process. Read more…

CSS coding: semantic approach in naming convention

Naming convention in CSS coding is an “hot” discussion topic. In this post I want to illustrate some suggests and guidelines to use a semantic approach instead of a structural approach in naming CSS classes, analyzing the essential elements of a popular 3 column layout. Read more…

Creating easy and useful CSS Sprites

CSS sprites are a way to combine images to improve our page loading time, reducing the number of requests our server does. In this article I will teach you how to make them. Read more…

CSS SuperScrub

This tool can significantly reduce the size and complexity of your CSS by programmatically stripping unneeded content, stripping redundant calls, and intelligently grouping the remaining element names. Read more…




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