I am in Spain today, as for the rest of the week I'll be at the CSS Working Group meeting. I went for a run this morning, and it felt fairly mild as in Bristol it's been icy. The local runners however were all wrapped up for mid-winter!
Lots of interesting bits and pieces in the newsletter today, including a couple of personal projects which aim to produce a new design each week. Both should be fun to follow this year.
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Rachel Andrew, CSS Layout News
A run down of ways you can create fixed table headers - keeping accessibility in mind.
Some suggestions as to why optimizing your images hasn't improved performance on your site, with some other places to look.
I would love Grid to have some way of adding dividers between areas, however in the meantime pseudo-elements are often the way forward. A detailed look at that from Mandy Michael.
A nice article with several practical examples of using
A weekly series of 52 website designs by Andy Clarke, influenced by the most inspiring art directors and graphic designers of the twentieth century.
A print inspired layout design using CSS Grid for every week of the year.
A fun experimental technique from Codrops.
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