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HTML Code Tutorial is the official website of The Idocs Guide to HTML by Miko O'Sullivan and it provides a helpful and complete guide to creating web pages using HTML, CSS, applets, frames, ...
www.htmlcodetutorial.com
 1515    223       # HTML # CSS # tutorials
In this CSS tutorial you will learn how to use CSS to control the style and layout of multiple Web pages all at once.
www.w3schools.com/css/
 1503    125       # CSS # tutorials
Stylesheets can get large, both in terms of length and file size. To ensure that your web pages render correctly and quickly, here’s a compilation of some of the best free, web-based CSS optimizers, compressors, code formatters, and validatio...
sixrevisions.com/css/css_code_optimization_formatting_validation/
 1353    122       # CSS # compression
Unpack your CSS files to make them more readable.
www.cssunpacker.com
 1302    122       # unpack # CSS
Offers three sections: a CSS3 Preview, which shows you individual CSS3 features, a CSS3 weblog where we have introductory articles and news, and a modules section, where we keep a list of the current modules and their status.
www.css3.info
 904    111       # CSS # blogs
Subtle and modern effects for links or menu items.
tympanus.net/Development/CreativeLinkEffects/
 1590    110       # animation # CSS
JsFiddle is a playground for web developers. One can use it as an online editor for snippets build from HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The code can then be shared with others, embedded on a blog, etc. We aim to support all actively developed frameworks.
jsfiddle.net
 1893    102       # JavaScript # Ajax # testing
Webfonts are becoming increasingly popular and with this popularity new issues arise. One of them is quality. When you download a Webfont from SimplytheBest Fonts, you will get all the necessary font files in the MacRoman subset in a compressed ZIP.
fonts.simplythebest.net/about-webfonts.html
 2989    98       # fonts # CSS # @fontface
A meta-language on top of CSS used to describe the style of a document cleanly and structurally, with more power than flat CSS allows. It provides a simpler, more elegant syntax for CSS and implements various features that are useful for creating ...
sass-lang.com
 1640    80       # CSS
Unfortunately HTML is crufty, CSS is annoying and the DOM unwieldy. The more we can avoid the DOM, the better. But why? And can we fix it?
acko.net/blog/shadow-dom/
 1026    78       # DOM
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