How to Build CSS Grids: Floats vs Inline Blocks

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At MarsBased we're very keen on sharing everything we learn. That's why we recently published our HTML & CSS Guidelines, and our blogging tips or the lessons learnt in our first year running the company, among other stuff. In this entry, you will learn how to build CSS grids by comparing the two most popular approaches.

How to Handle Client Work Remotely: Our Communication Stack

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As a remote working company, we work from very different places and at very different times. That is, we have no office. Because of that, we face a lot of questions about how we deal with customers: "How do you earn their trust?", "how can they know if you're working?", "how do you deal with specification changes?" and so on.

Dealing with clients while being a remote working company is not easy. In this entry, we explain how we do it.

The MarsBased CSS & HTML Guidelines

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Since we started MarsBased, we've completed a good share of projects. From all of them we've learnt something useful. But all this knowledge should be stored somewhere for further use, for instance, to train new developers.

Pretty much like we did with the release of the MarsBased blogging guide (part 1, part 2), we want to share what we have learnt about HTML5 & CSS3 with you all.

Things should not only work well. They can also look good.

Frontend developers, this one is for you.

How to Create a Blogging Strategy for Your Company

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We’ve been blogging for some time now, and we’ve learnt a thing or two. Because we’ve adopted transparency as an integral part of the company culture, we like sharing what we learn with you. It’s a genuine way to give back to the community that has helped so much become what we are now.

In this entry, we will cover how to create a blogging strategy for your company.

Our Six Tips for Working Remotely

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At MarsBased, we have a strongly defined company culture. We believe that in order to compete with bigger companies, smaller ventures have to define a strong company culture that attracts like-minded people.

One of our core principles is being able to work remotely. As an officeless company, we want to be able to work from wherever we are, regardless of our location or time-zone. As long as the work gets done, who cares where did you write your code from?

While you wait for the second part of our blogging guide (read the first part here), you can read our team's advice for working remotely.

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