Diigo Bookmarks 10/31/2014
The Specificity Graph – CSS Wizardry – CSS, OOCSS, front-end architecture, performance and more, by Harry Roberts
"Ordering CSS based on its specificity leads to much simpler and hassle-free maintenance, as well as offering improved scalability due to more evenly distributed complexity and a more sane working environment."
Why we should stop using Grunt & Gulp
"There is a tool which can run build scripts, carry configuration values, is streaming, has an incredibly simple API, and comes free with every Node.js installation: npm."
Using Object-Oriented CSS with Sass
"So, thanks to placeholder selectors we can extend in Sass, creating semantic classes in CSS, solving our problem for HTML."
11 Reasons to Test Every Email Before You Send | Litmus
"Each and every time your finger hovers over the send button, you should check for these 11 critical mistakes that can affect opens, clicks, conversions, and most importantly—your brand."
Adactio: Journal—Indie web building blocks
"If you don’t have any profiles on other sites, you can still mark up your telephone number or email address with rel="me". You might want to do this in a link element in the head of your HTML."
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