What is specificity? Specificity is a method of conflict resolution within the cascade. Specificity is calculated in a very particular way, based on the values of 4 distinct categories. CSS: the cascade, specificity, and inheritance
These days, everyone is consuming content differently. My mom has a netbook, I have a laptop, my friend has a 27″ iMac, my girlfriend and I have smartphones and her mom has an iPad. Since your content is now being viewed on more devices and browsers than ever before, you have to design it with that in mind. 10 Beautiful Examples of Responsive Web Design
Coffescript - A Better Way to JS - Brain Spill
Then, when you're ready to dig in and see CodeKit at full power, watch the video tutorials below. They're the fastest way to get up to speed! Note: these videos were made using older, beta versions of CodeKit, so not everything in them is accurate. I'm working on new videos.
One of the posts on this website that consistently gets a significant amount of traffic (5000+ page views this month alone) is a ridiculous article I wrote that discusses how to make a child element not inherit the opacity setting of its parent. As we all know, opacity property can be annoying in this area. Basically, if a parent element has an opacity value set at, say, 0.5, all of its children will inherit that opacity setting, and there’s no way to reverse that opacity on the child elements. Web Design Tutorials
I have always been fascinated by the visual clarity of the London Underground map.