Posted November 9th, 2023
🆕 What Defines “Modern” CSS Today?
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🔎 Designing Forms
👀 CSS Functions That Might Surprise You
🌐 Defining “Modern” CSS
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The article discusses several new CSS functions including light-dark() that simplifies theme handling, xywh() for creating basic shapes
I was flipping through my RSS feed, noticing how many times “Modern” is popping up in post titles.
Organize and highlight CSS selectors and combinators by types.
If we’re agreed that the Web is for user agency, then in order to figure out where the Web goes next we should probably spend some time looking at user agents a.k.a. browsers.
The select element gets a small but mighty upgrade in Chrome 119, with a feature that also landed in Safari 17.
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