text-rendering: optimizeLegibility is Decadent and Depraved - Bocoup
"if you find yourself working on a page with a healthy amount of text with a font-size larger than 20px, you may want to finesse things a little with text-rendering: optimizeSpeed."
Complementing Standards by Demonstrating Commitment and Progress | The Paciello Group – Your Accessibility Partner (WCAG 2.0/508 audits, VPAT, usability and accessible user experience)
"When partnering with organizations, we begin by establishing a baseline, documenting the current state of accessibility in existing resources. We then embark on a process of improving accessibility, while at the same time establishing a response plan to address any difficulties that might arise from known issues."
In CSS, the Only Wrong Answers are Definitive Ones :: Envy
"To round it off: the very nature of CSS leaves many problems without an exact solution, and the right one for you won’t always work for others. If you write, speak, or otherwise communicate about stylesheets, don’t be afraid to offer an open-ended answer."
An Introduction to Vagrant | CSS-Tricks
"With Vagrant, you can set up your local machine with the exact same environment as your live server. From the OS, to the web server, to the database. Now you can build your web app or website with the utmost confidence that it will run just as well on the live server as it does on your local server."
Coder's Block Blog / Iconifying Content
"This tutorial will walk you through the concept of iconification — taking content on a page and applying CSS to transform it into a simplified, icon-sized preview of itself."
Understanding CSS Counters and Their Use Cases
"I wondered how they were able to add and remove them without needing to re-number the whole set each time. I figured it was maybe a script, or else generated on the back-end or something like that. Nope. They’re using CSS counters"