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HTML slides without frameworks, just CSS | Chen Hui Jing
A nice, simple approach to making a pure CSS slideshow.
web-design  css  how-to 
22 hours ago by tremolo
Raster——Simple CSS Grid System
Minimal and straight-forward CSS grid system utilizing descriptive HTML rather than semantic CSS. This is the HTML that generates the grid you see at the top of this page.
table  web-design  css  grid 
2 days ago by some_hren
Frank Chimero · Everything Easy is Hard Again
The web needs pockets of slowness and thoughtfulness as its reach and power continues to increase. What we depend upon must be properly built and intelligently formed. We need to create space for complexity’s important sibling: nuance. Spaces without nuance tend to gravitate towards stupidity
web  web-design 
5 days ago by crankin
Teutonic CSS
A modern CSS framework — versatile, well documented.
css  css-grid  framework  web-design  web-development 
5 days ago by jalilhweber
flexbox in 5 minutes
an interactive tour of all the major features of the new CSS property: flexbox.
What can you do here?

Take a step-by-step tour through the main properties of flexbox, including a few demos
Play to your heart's content, changing properties of the flex container and individual flex items
Copy and paste live code samples from whatever you create
css  web-design  web-development  tutorial  learn-to-code  learning  hacker-school-resources 
5 days ago by jalilhweber
How To Architect A Complex Web Table — Smashing Magazine
via Articles on Smashing Magazine — For Web Designers And Developers http://bit.ly/2ibDzra
web-design 
8 days ago by some_hren
instant.page
"Cheating latency

instant.page uses just-in-time preloading — it preloads a page right before a user clicks on it.

Before a user clicks on a link, they hover their mouse over that link. When a user has hovered for 65 ms there is one chance out of two that they will click on that link, so instant.page starts preloading at this moment, leaving on average over 300 ms for the page to preload.

On mobile, a user starts touching their display before releasing it, leaving on average 90 ms to preload the page."
web-design  web-development 
9 days ago by chopsrob
Page Flows - user flow patterns
Examples of user flow patterns, eg. sign-up, onboarding, etc.
web-design  reference 
10 days ago by tremolo

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