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Aug 162014

SVG Spritemap

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SVG Spritemap is a WordPress plugin that lets you add SVGs with the Media Uploader, as well as create and manage an SVG spritemap from your Media Library. After selecting and updating the SVGs for your spritemap, a combined...

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Aug 152014

Radar #55

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Aug 72014

Flexy Boxes — CSS flexbox playground and code generation tool

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Three versions of the flexbox spec – each with different syntax – have been implemented in browsers. The two 2012 specs are roughly equivilant in terms of features, differing mainly in syntax. The earlier 2009 spec is...

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Aug 52014

Flexbox Based Responsive Equal Height Blocks With JavaScript Fallback

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After I’ve published the post on how I had implemented responsive equal height blocks into Readerrr, I received some useful feedback from the community. Daniel Sturm suggested using CSS3’s Flexbox rather than JavaScript,...

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Aug 52014

Naver

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A jQuery plugin for responsive navigation. Current Version: 3.0. Source

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Aug 32014

Test your JavaScript, CSS, HTML or CoffeeScript online with JSFiddle code editor.

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Aug 32014

Dirty Markup · Tidy up your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code

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Aug 32014

Emmet’s hidden power features

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Emmet (formerly known as Zen Coding) is a plugin for text editors helping you create CSS and HTML faster by using abbreviations to write common values saving ridiculous amounts of time along the way. There are heaps of...

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Aug 32014

Simple, use-anywhere, semantic, pure CSS spinner. – JSFiddle

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http://jsfiddle.net/csswizardry/M2D4M/

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Aug 32014

sokolovstas/SublimeWebInspector · GitHub

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Sublime Web Inspector works on top of WebInspectorProtocol. All information is displayed in console and text files. You can click on objects from console or stack trace to evaluate them. You can also click on a file name to...

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