CSS tricks

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Last week I was tackling a CSS problem when I suddenly stumbled into the magical world of the attribute selector. It’s not that I didn’t know about it, it’s that I didn’t know how powerful it was. And I wasn’t alone; Joey Shirley, a coworker, was dealing with a few issues that attribute selector magic

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Authoring HTML and CSS will never be as complex as programming. HTML is, after all, a markup language, and CSS is merely a stylesheet language. CSS is simple enough that the first two or three hours of writing it won’t be that different from your next 500 or 1000 hours. You learn the basic ways

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Another stupid CSS3 trick: Take a bucket-full of CSS3 -webkit animations, add in a table or two that you’ve marked up somewhat semantically, hit refresh and voilá, you have a way to keep track of how much time has passed without JavaScript. Warning: Google Chrome only