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The Ultimate Guide to CSS in Emails

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

A complete breakdown of the CSS support for every popular mobile, web and desktop email client on the planet. Download the complete guide for all 18 clients, or see the top 10 in this page.

Can Email Be Responsive?

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

HTML emails are so common nowadays. But it is a pain to create such email. This article gives some of the tricks that can be used to create emails which render well in m.ajor email clients.

What are HTML Imports and How Do They Work?

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

HTML imports is an easy concept to grasp; it is a way to insert other HTML pages into an HTML page. You’d think that this is not that a big deal but it is; you couldn’t do that with ease before.

Raptor Templates

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Raptor Templates is an extensible, streaming, asynchronous, high performance, HTML-based templating language that can be used in Node.js or in the browser. Raptor Templates was founded on the philosophy that an HTML-based templating language is more natural and intuitive for generating HTML. Because the Raptor Templates compiler understands the structure of the HTML document, the directives in template files are less obtrusive and more powerful. In addition, Raptor Templates allows to introduce custom tags and custom attributes to extend the HTML grammar (much like Web Components—only you can use it now).

Don’t break rules, reinvent them

Saturday, 4 January 2013

Web design uses HTML and CSS — two languages with which browser makers and designers find common ground. But many web designers create amazing variety with the same language rules by asking what if instead of falling into of course.

The Good Man

Wednesday, 26 December 2012

The Good Man is about visual transcription of a narrative. Transformed into HTML elements and animated in CSS3, this project aims its efforts to build an animation, in a web browser. Without images, just web fonts and shapes, it’s intended to run smoothly in modern web browsers and to be as scalable as possible.

duri.me

Friday, 20 December 2012

Its tool which creates a base64 version of an image that can be included in a file and is fetched in a single HTTP request. When an image needs to be loaded fast, we can add base64 version of it directly into CSS file and avoid extra HTTP request. IE compatibility and larger embed code are main disadvantages

Why you should say HTML classes, CSS class selectors, or CSS pseudo-classes, but not CSS classes

Friday, 20 December 2012

Nice post from Tantek Çelik about CSS class selectors and HTML classes.

A tale of a CSS3 Animation Demo

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Two demos to show how HTML5 and CSS3 animations can be used to do a Earth planet spinning animation.

Aware.js: Make your site reader aware

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

AwareJS adds CSS classes to identify various classes of users: new visitors, repeat visitors, and repeat visitors who are making their first visit of the day. Tracks time between visits, and makes this information available via JavaScript. Flags content that is new to the reader for easy CSS styling. Inserts relative bookmarks into the content stream to clearly indicate what a reader has already seen.

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