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Nate goes through what’s needed to support older versions of IE and how Sass can help fix them easily.
Not the helpers themselves, but contain links to other resources.
Source: Sass Helpers for Older Browsers
Adrian Sandu explains some of the history of techniques using em and rem units in CSS, and shows some practical uses for the rem unit.
rem. And default font-size turns out
Gajendar Singh explains and demonstrates the different length units available in CSS, including absolute, relative, and viewport-relative units.
Turns out there are many length units. Although not all recommended for development. Also discover the mystery behind
em and getting to know with
Source: A Look at Length Units in CSS
A quick run down on what viewport units are and how to use them to their full potential.
First time acknowledge viewport units is when researching about WordPress responsive images. This adds more knowledge and shows how powerful viewport is.
Byron shows us a neat function to convert any typograhpical unit in CSS to another using Sass
There are 4 units for typography: pixels, percentages, ems, and points. Noted.
Not a good and complete tutorials at all. But still got a few understanding of terms, such as
Over the past months there have been a few articles taking care of different font loading optimization techniques. Reading all of them, I ran into a few other issues that are not covered there. Finally, I wanted to have one resource combining the information of the others.
Lots of technique worth to try.