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On Semantics In HTML And CSS

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The semantics arguments are old, boring, and often misguided. Semantics in HTML and CSS is a contentious topic. The problem is, when most people argue for writing semantic markup, the crux of what they’re speaking in favour of is mostly meaningless,...

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Make Your CSS Variable Names Suck Less

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Use CSS variable names that align with their roles, and that are consistent within their roles. Navigating a lot of CSS is tedious, especially when you’re unfamiliar with a project. Like self-documenting code, your variables should describe their intent, and...

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Structuring Your Gulp Workflow

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Gulp is a fantastic tool for automating your workflow. From compiling CSS and Javascript, to managing your entire build process, the value it adds to improving your workflow is priceless. Don’t let managing an enormous Gulpfile bog you down. There...

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CSS Display Properties: The Pillars Of Layout

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Before mastering any craft, you need to get to grips with the building blocks of that craft. With a strong foundation, you feel confident in experimenting, trying new techniques, and creating something that you’re proud of. Without the basics,...

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