Google’s AMP is a very useful collection of plug-and-play code to help you optimize your website. But there are times when you might want to go it alone. In our new course, Optimize Your Website Without AMP, you’ll learn why you might decide not to use AMP in certain circumstances, and how you can do just as good an optimization job using other techniques.

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CSS selectors have progressed massively over the years, giving developers far more power for targeting specific bits on their pages. The examples in this article are part of the CSS Selectors Level 4 specification. Let’s dive in and investigate seven of these intriguing selectors, some of which I guarantee you’ve yet to use in practice!

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Using preprocessors such as Sass, LESS and Stylus, has always given developers more control over their stylesheets, but native CSS is gradually closing the gap. CSS features such as variables, calc and mixins are just the tip of the iceberg; let’s review what preprocessors are currently helping us with, and how native CSS logic is going to change how we do things.

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