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CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXVI

This is one of these little roundups of things going on with myself, this site, and the other sites that are part of the CSS-Tricks family.… Read article “CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXVI”

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CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXV

I like to do these little roundups of things going on with myself, this site, and the other sites that are part of the CSS-Tricks family. … Read article “CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXV”

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CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXIV

Hey gang, time for another broad update about various goings on as we tend to do occasionally. Some various happenings around here, appearances on other sites, upcoming conferences, and the like.… Read article “CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXIV”

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CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXI

All the latest happenings! As I like to do, I round up a bunch of things that have happened in the past few months around here on this site, over at CodePen and ShopTalk, and other sites where I got to be a guest or was involved somehow. There has been some big releases, some redesigns, and a bunch of guest podcasts.… Read article “CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXI”

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CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXX

All the latest happenings around here on CSS-Tricks as well as on CodePen and ShopTalk. Recommended listening, news, upcoming conferences, things to watch for, and more. Wow, it's the 30th of these already!

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CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXVIII

I was interviewed by Justin Crawford on the Mozilla Hacks blog about cross browser compatibility.

What motivates you to make the extra effort to build a cross-browser compatible site?

Money. People pay for websites that work for them. Here’s a little example: Just last week we were working on some drag-and-drop functionality in a new part of CodePen. Worked great in Chrome, didn’t work in either Firefox or Safari. Tim Holman, one of our front-end devs, had to spend a

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