Responsive Web Above The Fold
In this CSS Tricks post I share how there may actually be some value in considering what the fold is (yup, I had to eat a lot of words). Using a new Google Analytics feature you can better predict how users are seeing your site, and use Responsive Web Design techniques to keep your primary call to action visible.
Saving the Day with Scoped CSS
Last year Thrillworks bought a CSS3 / HTML5 book for the library. One of the new tasty bits of code that caught my eye was Scoped CSS. Months went by and I never heard of it again! It was frustrating as there were a couple times when it would have really come in handy!
Today I was published on CSS-Tricks writing about this new feature that is coming very very soon (just don’t literally hold your breath).
How to Create Stunning Effects With 165 Media Queries or Less!
I recently had the distinct pleasure of not only having my site recognized by Chris Coyier (a Front-End hero of mine), but was asked to share some of the unique CSS from my front page on his universally respected site CSS-Tricks.