Responsable CSS System

This looks like a very interesting twist on gridsystems. Might have to play around with this one a little bit.

One column to rule them all and on the page divide them.
http://responsablecss.com/grid

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Fighting the Space Between Inline Block Elements | CSS-Tricks

Here’s a great article discussing the many options to fight the issue with display:inline-block and the extra padding between the elements.

Please choose wisely…

Fighting the Space Between Inline Block Elements | CSS-Tricks.

Large (and small) Scale CSS Architecture – Food for Thought.

For many, like me, we are concerned with how we build CSS for large sites, and worried that our current CSS rules are growing out of control.

 

Well here are a couple of good resources to give us some inspiration.

Jonathan Snook has written an online mini-book with some of his thoughts:

Book – Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS.

 

Nicole Sullivan has posted her presentation at last years WebStock 2011, along with the slides and some additional notes/comments:

http://www.stubbornella.org/content/2011/04/28/our-best-practices-are-killing-us/

 

Steve Souders has a great writeup about the performace impact of css selectors:

http://www.stevesouders.com/blog/2009/03/10/performance-impact-of-css-selectors/

Incredibly Useful CSS Snippets | webexpedition18

This is a great list of popular, existing CSS hacks and tricks.

Please use these carefully, and always try to find a “hack-free” way of doing what you need to accomplish.

http://webexpedition18.com/articles/useful-css-snippets/