I wish there was a way to force Chrome’s console to log nested objects using a copy instead of a reference to a live object. If you know of a way, please let me know.
A great piece by Emil Björklund on CSS Grids.
Editing and tweaking CSS Animations is easier than ever – Firefox 39 lets developers pause, restart, slow down, and preview new timings without having to switch applications.
This is just ridiculously useful.
This issue comprises a single story devoted to demystifying code and the culture of the people who make it. There’s some technical language along with a few pretty basic mathematical concepts. There are also lots of solid jokes and lasting insights. It may take a few hours to read, but that’s a small price to pay for adding decades to your career.
Seriously, do yourself a favour and read this. A really exceptional piece on computing, computers and the curmudgeonly subset of people known as programmers.
I have seen so many tweets of late with people getting their heads frazzled with nth-child and nth-of-type. So I decided to knock this together so people can play around and test their nth’s out!
The key things is that you can give a list of HTML pages to UnCSS and it will only remove CSS rules that aren’t present in any of them.