Monthly Archives: September 2013

Combining CSS regions with transforms and animations

In my previous post about CSS regions, I showed off some of the basic capabilities that regions provide, described which browsers you can expect to try them out in, and what the future potentially holds. Regions have such great support … Continue reading

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CSS Regions, and why you’ll be using them before you know it

[This article is also available in Russian] CSS Regions is a W3C working draft that allows you to flow text between different areas of a page. The simplest use-case might be column layouts, where each column is an explicit region, … Continue reading

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