What does 'bad' CSS look like, and what can you do about it? In the latest issue of the world's favourite web design and development mag, Pam Selle outlines 10 bad CSS habits and describes how you can work to eliminate them from your codebase to produce sites that perform better and are easier to maintain.
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- Code a sprite-based game with HTML5
- Deploy and test apps remotely with Yeoman
- Code responsive layouts faster with Bourbon Neat
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