Pluralsight Course: Responsive web design in the browser

on 16 January, 2016

I've got a course up on Pluralsight, on Responsive Web Design, directly in the browser. It's meant for those who wish to bypass the Photoshop/Sketch layer, and get some CSS chops without relying on frameworks like Bootstrap and Foundation.

Ryan Fait's sticky footer, but responsive

on 14 January, 2014

A few days ago, an eureka moment occurred: why not take Ryan Fait’s solution (which is quite elegant, by the way), and add a teeny weeny bit of JS, to get a footer that works for a responsive layout?

Why is calc at-risk?

on 10 December, 2013

Calc makes CSS very, very pretty. It does the heavy lifting for you. You can mix percentages with pixels or ems, and add, subtract, multiply and divide. So why is calc an at-risk feature? Let's take a look at some real-world use cases for calc.

Equal Heights with Flexbox

on 15 October, 2013

I’ve been playing with flexbox for a while. I love it. It’s going to save so many kittens. This is going to be the first of a series of demos of what flexbox is capable of.

All things are not created equal

on 9 August, 2013

The Equal Height Problem never ends! It gets even worse with responsive layouts. After witnessing and attempting the mindboggling solutions out there, I was convinced that Javascript was the saviour... until I revisited the situation recently. Here's a pure CSS solution.

Building a blog in two days

on 15 August, 2012

I needed a blog. I needed it bad. This was my way of giving back to the incredible online web development community and its benevolence. (I still owe a few coders some beers…)

…to write delightful CSS tutorials and invest in the pool of great CSS snippets online.

…to document my forays into all things ecological, spectacular and green.

…share a few recipes with greedy little muffins like me.

…amongst other things…