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How To Spend The Ultimate Weekend At Lake Tahoe

<i>Written by Jessica Dawson</i><p>Tahoe is to San Francisco what the Hamptons is to New York -- but even better (said everyone on the West coast). While you could do nothing but marvel at the High Sierras and have an incredible time, here are nine more things to consider.<p>1. Drop your stuff at South Shore's …

The state of responsive images in 2015

The Web is a visual medium. The vast majority of that visual landscape is thanks to image files. Whilst plenty can be achieved with CSS, and inline …

How to master responsive email

It's the moment you've been dreading: the project of redesigning all consumer-facing emails and making them responsive becomes yours. And you've …

Web Development

Photos Everywhere with Lightroom CC and Photos for OS X

It’s not enough these days to store and manage photos on a single computer; we want those photos on our other devices, too. But we also want the …

Exposing Additional Form Fields via Checked Radio Buttons | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On December 9, 2014<p>There is a :checked pseudo class in CSS. I often think of it in connection with the "checkbox hack", in which you …

The JavaScript Behind Touch-Friendly Sliders | CSS-Tricks

By Kevin Foley On June 13, 2013<p><i>The following is a guest post by Kevin Foley. Kevin is a developer at Squarespace doing cool stuff with their</i> …

Centering Percentage Width/Height Elements | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On July 3, 2013<p>If you know the exact width/height of an element, you can center it smack dab in the middle of its parent element …

The Extend Concept | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On July 8, 2013<p>All three of the most popular CSS preprocessors support <b>extend</b>. I don't have any data, but in my experience this …