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CSS Colorguard 

Clever work by Alex Sexton to analyze CSS and find colors that are so close to each other they should probably be combined. You know, for efficiency and consistency.

Finding/Fixing Unintended Body Overflow

Ughck, accidental horizontal scrollbar, amiright?

That can be a pain, but you can usually find the offending element by surfing around the ol' DevTools and selecting elements until you find something that extends too far over to to the right (off-page to the left doesn't tend to trigger a scrollbar the same way) and adjusting it.

Sometimes I use the "Delete Node" feature of DevTools to remove stuff from the page until the scrollbar goes away. …

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Fixed Table Layouts

There is a CSS property for tables that, it seems to me, is well-supported, little known, and super useful. It changes the way that tables are rendered such that it gives you a sturdier, more predictable layout. …

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simpl.info 

Simplest possible examples of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

by Sam Dutton.

The `time` Element

The following is a guest post by Ty Strong. Ty noticed a curious lack of information on the <time></time> element here on CSS-Tricks and I agreed. Can't let that happen! Take it away Ty.

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Web Technologies Hanging Out Together

As a beginner, understanding how the different languages you learn interact with each other can be confusing. I thought we could pair up a variety of languages to see where they intersect and communicate. …

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#133: Figuring Out Responsive Images

I'm probably a bit rare in that I rather enjoyed trying to keep up on the responsive images thing. It's an interesting problem that bred lots of interesting solutions. The whole thing is starting to wrap up now though, now that the official solutions are:

  1. <picture> and friends
  2. <img> with srcset and sizes

The problem is: I don't really get it. I thought the original picturefill was pretty simple. List a bunch of sources with media queries. First one to …

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