Be nice. Or else.
Some fun games I've played that have gorgeous designs:
You can do a very similar thing using the :focus pseudo-element (and it doesn't affect browser history): http://joshnh.com/weblog/heres-a-neat-trick-using-the-focus-pseudo-class/
It's an expected side effect of using inline-block. It's a small price to pay for a super lightweight grid system.
Works fine for me on 10.11.1.
Hey, Chris :)
Firstly, thanks for all your incredible contributions to the web!
I'm curious to know what the thing that you're most proud of is?
Just to clarify a little, the typeface is called San Francisco and there are two variants:
"Choose the San Francisco Text font for text that is 19 points or smaller. Choose the San Francisco Display font for text that is 20 points or larger."
Adobe Garamond Pro (specifically the italic version)
This. With the content defining the breakpoints.
Yeah, Logitech do pretty awesome gaming mice. I've had a G9 for around 5 years now and it is still a beast. Also, (and I assume that this is available no matter the Logitech mouse you choose) but the software that came with my G9 allows me to set up profiles per application. What this means is that I can have the DPI and shortcut buttons change automatically depending on the active application.
As I'm a Mac user I have also used a Magic Mouse, but it doesn't compare to my Logitech G9.
That's why I decided to go with a Behance Dot Grid Book. It is easily the one I would recommend using.