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Practical Maintainable CSS

by Principal Engineering Manager at Eventbrite on Mar 05, 2009

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Natalie Downe from Clearleft specialises in creating high quality client-side code on agency deadlines. In this talk she shares her development process, from planning through to delivery of a full CSS ...

Natalie Downe from Clearleft specialises in creating high quality client-side code on agency deadlines. In this talk she shares her development process, from planning through to delivery of a full CSS system optimised for maintenance by a client. The talk includes CSS rules of thumb developed over seven years in the field, as well as tips for taming the beast that is Internet Explorer.

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  • adski Adam Bramwell Thanks Natalie, I'll refer people to this constant, er, consistent, er .. all the time! :-)

    The 40 min Vimeo recording has a nice tempo and the Silverback screencap works really well. Thanks!
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