I’ve added all pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements to my TextMate CSS bundle.
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Just like my HTML bundle last week, the new version of my TextMate CSS bundle does not replace the default CSS bundle anymore, it is now a separate bundle that works as an addition to the default CSS bundle.
Here are some ideas and technics I’ve developed throughout the years working as a web developer. If you’re looking for ways to improve your coding efficiency, you might pick up a few useful tips in there…
TextMate CSS bundle 1.1 adds property values to tab triggers, a drag commend to simplify image replacements, and a few bug fixes.
Here’s the easy way to serve iPhone specific CSS files.
When I first started as a web designer, one aspect of the actual production process I had never put much thought into was the file naming convention to use for images in my CSS code.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could just code for Standards compliant browser, and then only add a few rules in a separate file to tweak browser specific rendering quirks and call it a day? Well… that’s the way I’ve been doing it for a few years now.