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Mark Ursino

Semantic UI - 0 views

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    Semantic empowers designers and developers by creating a language for sharing UI.
Mark Ursino

Responsive Elements - Helps you build better responsive websites - 1 views

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    "Responsive elements makes it possible for any element to adapt and respond to the area they occupy. It's a tiny javascript library that you can drop into your projects today."
Mark Ursino

Premailer: pre-flight for HTML email - 0 views

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    "For the best HTML e-mail delivery results, CSS should be inline. This is a huge pain and a simple newsletter becomes un-managable very quickly. This script is our solution. "
Matt DeGennaro

Adapting To A Responsive Design (Case Study) - 1 views

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    One company's change to a responsive design and the results they saw (page load dropped from 9.19s to 1.82s and mobile exit rate dropped by 4000%)
Matt DeGennaro

Brackets - 1 views

shared by Matt DeGennaro on 07 Jun 13 - No Cached
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    Code editor written by Adobe designed to get CSS properties from PSDs without opening Photoshop
Matt DeGennaro

Sweating the Small Stuff - 1 views

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    Guide for using SCSS to bridge the gap between Photoshop values and CSS values.
Sam Griffin

SASS Style Guide - 0 views

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    Guide for using SASS (some of the tips can also be applied to LESS)
Mark Ursino

IVORY Framework - 0 views

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    A simple, flexible, powerful and fully responsive grid based front-end web framework, Makes your web development faster and easier. It takes you all the way from 1200px on down to 320px.
Mark Ursino

jQuery Nested - 0 views

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    For a complete gap free, multi column grid layout experience.
Mark Ursino

Browserhacks - 0 views

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    "Browserhacks is an extensive list of browser specific CSS and JavaScript hacks from all over the interwebs"
Mark Ursino

Navigation in Lists: To Be or Not To Be - 1 views

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    Everything you thought you knew about the semantics of navigation may be wrong!
mgraber

CSS3 Specificity - 1 views

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    This page was created to calculate the CSS specificity of a stylesheet (not including the inline or style rules; the "a" part of the equation). Before this little project, I didn't have a clear understanding of the specificity rules. Now, after creating this page, I don't think I'll need this application.
mgraber

Specificity " Learn CSS3 | Cheat Sheet | CSS Tutorial | Selectors | Properties - 0 views

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    Specificity is a mechanism within the CSS cascade that aids conflict resolution. The concept of specificity states that when two or more declarations that apply to the same element, and set the same property, have the same importance and origin, the declaration with the most specific selector will take precedence.
mgraber

Specificity Calculator - 0 views

shared by mgraber on 23 Jan 13 - No Cached
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    Specificity Calculator isn't a CSS validator. If you enter invalid selectors it will return incorrect results. For example, the negation pseudo-class may only take a simple selector as an argument. Using a psuedo-element or combinator as an argument for :not() is invalid CSS3 so Specificity Calculator will return incorrect results.
Mark Ursino

LiveReload - 0 views

shared by Mark Ursino on 21 Jan 13 - No Cached
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    CSS edits and image changes apply live. CoffeeScript, SASS, LESS and others just work.
Douglas Couto

CSS Sorter | Home - 0 views

shared by Douglas Couto on 11 Jan 13 - No Cached
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    Awesome!!!!
Mark Ursino

RequestReduce (for .NET) - auto minify/bundle static assets - 0 views

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    For ASP.NET - Super Simple Auto Spriting, Minification and Bundling solution - No need to tell RequestReduce where your resources are - Your CSS and Javascript can be anywhere - even on an external host - RequestReduce finds them at runtime automatically
Mark Ursino

One% CSS Grid - 0 views

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    12 Columns Fluid CSS Grid System
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