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Posts Tagged ‘CSS syntax elements’

cool: “A small app to browse through which is what in css” (via: This is why I Code – Google+)

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/04/17

+This is why I Code has pointed me to a really nice app called CSS Vocabulary which interactively shows you what is what in CSS.

Click on the CSS code or the column with CSS syntax elements on the right to see their correspondence.

The app is written by About Ville – Foolproof by design and source code is at the sakamies/css-vocabulary · GitHub repository.

The blog entry is at CSS Vocabulary – Foolproof by design.


via: This is why I Code – Google+ – “A small app to browse through which is what in css. Has….

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