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#141: Getting the Images and Numbers for Responsive Images

You know about responsive images. It's about the image syntax in HTML. If you give it the right information in the right syntax, you can get the browser to download …

#140: Exploring CSS Layout Techniques While Trying To Get a Subtitle to Wrap

This is the video screencast version of a blog post I did not long ago: Useful Flexbox Technique: Alignment Shifting Wrapping. I was at a CodePen Meetup and used …

#139: Explaining the Server Side Mustard Cut

I published a written post about this idea of the Server Side Mustard Cut. So if you're into reading and checking out code samples and stuff, that's the place …

138: Walking Through an HTTPS Conversion on WordPress

We just recently moved to "HTTPS everywhere" right here on CSS-Tricks. I wrote up a blog post detailing the steps to get there. This video is a companion to that, …

#137: SVG is for Everybody

Rather than a typical screencast, this is a video taken of my talk SVG is for Everybody recorded by the Treehouse gang at BlendConf. Of course there is far …

#136: Moving Things to a CMS as Needed

In this video, I prattle on about a particular "real world" situation I was in involving how I handle the CodePen Meetups page.

At the very beginning days of CodePen …

#135: Three Ways to Animate SVG

Animating SVG is a bit unique in that there are three distinctly different ways you can approach animating it. …

#134: A Tour of a Site In-Progress Built with Jekyll, Grunt, Sass, an SVG System, and More

Warning: this is a meandering, intermediate level screencast in which we look at the code that powers a build process for a site. We don't write any code.


A "build …

#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 …

#132: A Quick Useful Case for Sass Math and Mixins

I had a little design situation come up where I was making a fluid grid of boxes with floats. I wanted to specify how many boxes across a row was …

#131: Tinkering With Flexbox

In this video we tackle a little front end layout problem that would have been pretty much impossible without flexbox. I wrote up an article about it too, for easier …

#130: First Moments with Grunt

There are all these tasks that we need to do as front end developers. Concatenate and compress our files. Run our preprocessors. Optimize images. Run tests. The list goes on …

#129: Emmet (is Awesome)

Emmet is an add-on for code editors that allows you to write HTML and CSS more quickly.

On the HTML front, it allow you to write abbreviations for HTML. For …

#128: Effeckt.css, Local Setup with Grunt, and Contributing on GitHub

Effeckt.css is an in-progress open source project that aims to provide performant, quality CSS transitions and animations for web designers. The idea is to provide as little UI and JavaScript …

#127: Basics of JavaScript Templating

A template is a chunk of HTML that you need to inject onto the page. Often templates are created "server side" - in that they come to the JavaScript fully …

#126: Using Modernizr

Should Modernizr be part of every modern web project? Not necessarily. In this screencast I talk about how you need Modernizr when you plan to do something specifically different depending …

#125: How To Stay Up To Date With Web Technology

This is a presentation I gave at a conference just once in December 2012. In this screencast I give it one last time to you, o' CSS-Tricks subscriber.…

#124: A Modern Web Designer’s Workflow

This is a presentation I gave at conferences in late 2012 and early 2013. In this screencast I give it one last time to you, o' CSS-Tricks subscriber. …

#123: If it Moves When You Click, Make Something Stick

The buttons on CSS-Tricks, at the time of this video, have a faux 3D effect. They look like a blue brick you are looking at from above at an angle. …

#122: The State of Favicons

Forever we all made 16x16 graphics and got them into the .ico format somehow. I probably used this converter tool a million times. Somewhere along the line it started to …