Friday, 28 June 2013

[TechRepublic] Working with Pure CSS Modules

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TechRepublic Member | June 28, 2013

Working with Pure CSS Modules, part 1

Pure CSS modules allow web developers to quick-start projects with responsive design. Here are overviews for three of the six available modules. Read more

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Working with Pure CSS Modules, part 2

Ryan Boudreaux highlights Pure CSS modules for Buttons, Tables, and Menus, as well as some common layouts to help jump-start projects. Read more

Manage projects on your iPad with LiquidPlanner

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