Archive for the ‘media queries’ Category

Touch Devices Should Not Be Judged By Their Size

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Front-end developers and web designers live in an insane multi-device reality. A few months ago, the Red Hat UXD team discussed how to design enterprise applications for mobile environments. Sarah and Jenn, my talented colleagues, pointed out that touc...

SVG & Media Queries

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Jake Archibald digs into how bizarrely media queries can behave when embedded into a <style> block inside the SVG itself and then used in a variety of different ways across different browsers. The results are spotty at best. It would be nice to s...

Introducing iframify

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Hugo Giraudel writes up why he created iframify, a script which grabs a DOM node and wraps it in an <iframe>. It’s a nifty tool for displaying components in a style guide at a certain width and effectively faking element queries. An iframe bein...

9 Development Workflow Upgrades You Should Know About

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Every once in a while I run into a tool or plugin so useful I can’t not add it to my arsenal. I usually shout out tweets and try to spread the word that way, but this time I believe I’ve got such a neat (and somewhat random) collection of productiv...

Making SVGs Responsive with CSS

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An SVG can be embedded on a web page in many ways; one of which is embedding it inline in an HTML5 page using the <svg> tag. The other commonly used techniques include embedding it as an image using the <img> tag, embedding it using the &l...