1. Inline-block for vertically aligned grids

    If you’ve tried to vertically align items with CSS, you know it can be tricky but possible. Where it appears to get complicated is when trying to build a responsive web design (RWD) grid that vertically aligns items in each...

  2. RTL CSS with Sass

    Supporting both right-to-left (RTL), often bi-directional (BiDi), and left-to-right (LTR) renderings of Web pages can be complicated. However, including a CSS preprocessor (such as Sass or LESS) to your workflow can simplify things a lot. I have worked on three...

  3. Media Queries Are Not The Answer: Element Query Polyfill

    Responsive Web design has transformed how websites are designed and built. It has inspired us to think beyond device classifications and to use media queries to adapt a layout to the browser’s viewport size. This, however, deviates from the hierarchical...

  4. Em values in JavaScript

    If you don’t know what ems are or why you would use them, now is the time. Em units are extremely useful and are an essential component of responsive Web design (RWD). Unfortunately, browsers have failed to provide support for...

  5. What size is my viewport?

    Using JavaScript to get the actual viewport width Responsive Web design is making a positive and lasting impact to the web as we know it. Along with most change comes new scenarios. I think it’s safe to say that supporting...

  6. Images in a responsive Web

    Fluid content and any screen size are foundational notions of responsive Web design. However, figuring out how to best implement images in a responsive Web site is a problem with as many questions as answers. As the viewport changes size...

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