Modular CSS in WordPress Child Themes

The idea of Modular CSS is simple. You separate commonly reused chunks of CSS into distinct files for bringing together in a master CSS file or a series of links in the document head. It’s pretty straightforward and it’s been around for a while. What does this mean? The development time for new projects gets exponentially shorter as you refine the basic style sheets that make up your modular CSS Toolbox…

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Definitive List of CSS Frameworks

CSS is backbone of modern web design. The amount of time a web designer spends working on CSS seems to be increasing. This dependence on CSS will continue to increase with advancement in web browser technology. This is why we have seen the emergence of several CSS frameworks in recent years. Here’s some of the most popular…

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The Mystery Of CSS Sprites: Techniques, Tools And Tutorials

CSS Sprites are not new. In fact, they are a rather well-established technique and have managed to become common practice in Web development. Of course, CSS sprites are not always necessary, but in some situation they can bring significant advantages and improvements – particularly if you want to reduce your server load. And if you haven’t heard of CSS sprites before, now is probably a good time to learn what they are, how they work and what tools can help you create and use the technique in your projects…

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Progressive Enhancement: What It Is, And How To Use It?

Progressive Enhancement is a powerful methodology that allows Web developers to concentrate on building the best possible websites while balancing the issues inherent in those websites being accessed by multiple unknown user-agents. Progressive Enhancement (PE) is the principle of starting with a rock-solid foundation and then adding enhancements to it if you know certain visiting user-agents can handle the improved experience…

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