Tag Archives: css

June 22, 2015


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!



UnCSS is a tool that removes unused CSS from your stylesheets. It works across multiple files and supports Javascript-injected CSS.

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.

April 3, 2015

During this peaceful Easter holiday, I’ve been thinking about how much time (cumulatively) I’ve spent tinkering with the HTML and CSS used on this site. I haven’t kept count, but it must be in the hundreds, if not thousands, of hours. I’m never 100 per cent happy with the results, but I guess for people who care even remotely about the appearance of a product, that’s normal.

I wish everyone a great holiday.

March 24, 2015

CSS Secrets

Available as an early release ebook. As with everything written by Lea Verou, this is a must-read.

March 12, 2015