These are the things I've written that are tagged "css"

You Might Not Need JavaScript

11 October 2016

Examples of common UI elements and interactions with HTML and CSS alone. You Might Not Need JavaScript is doing the lord’s work. Maybe we don’t need to replace everything with some flavor of Javascript, huh? Maybe?


09 December 2014

I’m turning off my stylesheets for the rest of 2014. And probably some of 2015. It’s an experiment. Plus it will force me to do a full redesign when the time comes. We used to do this kind of stuff all the time before the internet got all serious and everyone started pretending to know […]

Semantic UI

13 September 2013

Yet another HTML/CSS/JS framework, but built so that the classes are understandable in english. It’ll create some HTML bloat, but it has a certain Applescript-y charm to it. The site is pretty snazzy, too. Very readable, very smooth.


10 April 2013

csscss will parse any CSS files you give it and let you know which rulesets have duplicated declarations. Been looking for something like this for YEARS now. Hope it’s good.

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