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re: 9 Projects you can do to become a Frontend Master in 2020
Yeah it would be a pretty big shift. Not mentioned in the a...
re: HTML can do that?
If you've come across any such cool thing HTML is capable ...
re: Stop using so many divs! An intro to semantic HTML
I just wanted to chime in on the CSS Grid discussion. If t...
re: Why we need CSS subgrid
Based on Rachel's post, it looks like 2 dimensional Sub-Gri...
re: 5 CSS tips you didn't know you needed
Hot tip: transition: 0.2s; = transition: all 0.2s ease; ...
re: 5 CSS tips you didn't know you needed
I was a box-sizing: inherit; person, then I realised this i...
re: How do you name your git branches?
I know right? I was expecting the article to be about Git F...
re: How do you name your git branches?
Git Flow is a well known and established way of handling br...
re: CSS Grid vs Flexbox
Thanks for adding it to the article. On a side note, take a...
re: CSS Grid vs Flexbox
And don't forget the CSS Grid in IE series for learning how...
re: Blog post: Why and How Should You Write a Good Change Log
You also need to highlight any breaking changes that come w...
re: Blog post: Why and How Should You Write a Good Change Log
If you are using GitHub as your repository host, I would re...
re: 10 JavaScript array methods you should know
Based on that, the answer is essentially "no, they are prac...
re: 15 CSS Relative units, how many do you know? em, rem, ex, cap, ch, ic...
Ok if you really must use px units for fonts then please in...
re: 15 CSS Relative units, how many do you know? em, rem, ex, cap, ch, ic...
It sounds like maybe the vi and vb units might be the answe...
re: 15 CSS Relative units, how many do you know? em, rem, ex, cap, ch, ic...
html { /* 1rem = 10px */ font-size: 62.5%; } body { f...
re: Do your commits pass this simple test?
I think there is one that you missed "format". A commit sh...
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