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  • Visual Form Alter | Drupal.org
    Visual Form Alter gives you the possibilities to edit any form element on the fly instead of having to code manual modules for it.
    It also supports the possibility to export all the changes into a automatic created module for saving performance if you have done a lot of changes.
  • Bulletproof background images | Campaign Monitor
    Use rock-solid background images in your HTML email with some help from
    VML and CSS.

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  • Introducing localFont | Jaime Caballero, front-end architect based in London - OOCSS, Sass, BEM,
    With this amazing combination we get fast access to the CSS with localStorage (which is way faster than regular HTTP caching) and save all the font file requests by providing the font files as part of the CSS file. The only downside to this approach is the first load, which could take a bit but after that everything goes smoothly. Also if localStorage is not available (you can provide a cookie fallback) you have to load it every page load. Otherwise, it is almost instantaneous. And browser support is as good as IE8+, so that’s more than enough for these days.

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  • pyrsmk/toast · GitHub
    Eine modernizr.load Alternative.
    Toast has been designed to avoid FOUC issues when loading stylesheets on-the-fly since yepnope (or other libraries) didn’t seem to handle this well. Of course, it could load scripts and it’s tested against all major browsers versions.

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  • Quantity Queries for CSS · An A List Apart Article
    In this article, I will be outlining a technique to make CSS quantity-aware using specially formed selectors. I will be applying these selectors to one classic problem in particular: how to alter the display of items in a horizontal navigation menu when there are too many to suit the initial layout mode. That is, I will demonstrate how to switch from a display: table-cell to a display: inline-block layout when the number of items in the menu becomes “more than or equal to 6.”