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Code Guide by @mdo: Standards for sustainable HTML and CSS

This Code Guide by @mdo is a fantastic guide to create sustainable, flexible, and durable HTML and CSS. It includes guidelines for syntax, attribute orders, classes, comments, and ...

TLDRLegal: Software licenses in plain English

TLDRLegal is a reference for software licenses translated out of legalese and into plain English. Just search for the license you want and get an easy-to-read and understandable ...

Bundle of Gorgeous Handmade Image Fonts - only $39!

Fonts are certainly fantastic, especially if you're a designer. But sometimes you want something a little bit more when it comes to typefaces. That's where Handmade Fonts comes ...

You Might Not Need jQuery: A guide to figure it out

You Might Not Need jQuery can show you exactly whether you need jQuery to enable certain features based on the oldest version of IE that you need to ...

Sublime Text Cheat Sheet: A quick-reference guide to keyboard shortcuts

This Sublime Text Cheat Sheet will let you quickly find the keyboard shortcuts you need to become more efficient with Sublime. It's broken down by category, to make ...

Web Developer Checklist: Everything you need to make your code its best

This Web Developer Checklist is a great resource for checking out your website or web app code to make sure it's as good as can be. In addition ...

EC2Instances.info: An Amazon EC2 quick reference chart

If you use Amazon EC2 for computing, you'll find this chart on EC2Instances.info comparing the specs and pricing of each of their offerings really handy. It includes each ...

Forms  -  HTML5  -  Reference

Native Form Elements: A handy visual reference

Native Form Elements is a handy guide that shows you what every native HTML5 form element looks like in your current browser. It shows both active and disabled ...

ChooseALicense.com: A guide to choosing your open source license

ChooseALicense.com is the perfect place to start if you're trying to figure out which open source license you should use for your next project. Just indicate what you ...