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Stylelint Rules: How To Write Your Own Rules

When working with CSS, developers usually don’t think about running a linter on the stylesheets. We usually use linters on C or C++ or JavaScript codebases but we don’t often think about whether or not it’s even possible to lint a CSS stylesheet and enforce certain coding standards and rulesRead More

Flat UI Color variables in LESSCSS

Flat UI Color variables in LESSCSS

Bower for package management, it makes sense now

I finally see the point of using Bower for package management for front-end web development. It’s made for larger projects where you’re going to be upgrading components every few months and the dependencies really need to be managed for that. I’ve worked on relatively small web sites and web applicationsRead More

GreaseMonkey and Stylish for custom JS and CSS in your browser

I just stumbled upon a few repos on Gitub for injecting custom CSS and JS into web pages that are loaded into your browser: dotcss and dotjs. Not to take away anything from the developers but GreaseMonkey has been around for a long time and works with both Firefox andRead More

Trying out Compass, a CSS Framework

A week or so ago I decided to finally sit down and try out theĀ CompassĀ CSS framework. When I first looked at it, I was dismayed to find that it required Yet Another Language to learn, but then I quickly saw its advantages when I started using it. The Compass CSSRead More