I published a post on the Nomensa blog that discussed the “Technical Delivery Document”: The Technical Delivery Document is designed to aid the client’s understanding of the way we work and what the outcome is on the end user […] it outlines the various specifications we follow, the tools we use and contains a few examples…
I’ve been using SASS for a little while now and I find one of the biggest advantages of using it is to help organise my CSS into a meaningful and manageable structure.
With the number of legacy Internet Explorer (IE) users decreasing, largely thanks to Google Chrome, “support” for older versions such as IE6, IE7 and even IE8 is dropping too meaning better support for newer CSS selectors.
I recently came across a handy little code snippet by Christian Heilmann aimed at creating a scriptless, imageless no third-party Twitter share button for WordPress that did exactly what is said on the tin, but needed a very minor tweak to improve the output.
When SASS introduced functions in v3.1.0 I could see their potential but up until now I hadn’t realized just how useful they could be; especially for things like turning px font size values into percentages.