25 pro tips to breathe new life into your CSS

At some point with any technology, there's a feeling that pretty much anything that can be done has been done. When something is no longer quite as new and shiny, interest wanes and attention is drawn to the next big thing. This has often been the case in the web industry, which is prone to getting terribly excited by a certain aspect of technology before, sooner or later, relegating it to the mundane.

When CSS first appeared, it was revolutionary, and over time it has evolved to enable designers to create flexible, tightly-crafted and beautiful web page layouts. Of late, though, there's been the suggestion from various quarters that CSS is tired and perhaps its time in the sun has gone.

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