1. Emil Björklund: What is the equivalent of a unit test for HTML + CSS? (Yes, I know of Selenium, webdriver etc, but I'm fishing for other answers as well.)

    @thatemil I’ve always considered style guides/pattern libraries to be unit tests for HTML+CSS, and you could automate them with JS if they get too unwieldy.

  2. Trying to resist the temptation to use ☺ for unordered list items.

    Thankfully, CSS doesn’t seem to have the concept of list-style-character.

  3. So, after a week of naked HTML, I have applied a basic CSS normaliser and a few little gimmicks of my own.

    I am not (yet) using LESS or SASS or any such thing, but I have started to split my CSS into separate files and load them all together at using Assetic. This small change has immediately made a difference to how I structure and author CSS.

  4. Paul Boag: I have a guest post coming up that includes a table. Spent all evening trying different approaches to getting them working responsively.

    @boagworld they’re damned awkward. I am tempted to wrap them in a div with overflow-x: scroll.

  5. Designing a poster in HTML (for compatibility). It’s relaxing to not have to deal with fluid design. body { width: 210mm; height: 297mm; }