This Will Change the Way You Code Your CSS


Recently, we learned how to utilize a tool called Zen-Coding to rapidly speed up our development time when creating mark-up. In this Tuts+ Premium video tutorial, we’re going to take another huge leap forward, specifically with CSS, where I’ll show you how to utilize a tool called “Scaffold,” created by Anthony Short.

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