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W3C Abandons Consensus, Standardizes DRM with 58% Support
This decision has resulted in the EFF resigning from the consortium due to a belief that the W3C process is no longer suited to defending the open web.
How New Font Technologies Will Improve The Web
François Poizat looks at how variable & parametric fonts will revolutionize responsive type.
The All-New Guide to CSS Support in Email
A big update to this popular guide for getting your CSS behaving in a range of email clients.
Payment Request API Now Being Implemented in Major Browsers
The Web Payments Working Group has advanced both Payment Request API and Payment Method identifiers to Candidate Recommendation Status.
Chrome to Force ‘.dev’ Domains to HTTPS via Preloaded HSTS
A future version of Chrome may force all domains ending on .dev (and .foo) to be redirected to HTTPs via a preloaded HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) header.
Writing CSS with Accessibility in Mind
Techniques, considerations, and approaches that will help you write more accessible CSS.
Uploading Directories at Once with ‘webkitdirectory’
A look at a non-standard attribute supported by Chrome, Firefox and Edge for allowing the selection of an entire directory via a form.
W3C Publishes Encrypted Media Extensions as a W3C Recommendation
Building The DOM Faster: Speculative Parsing, Async, Defer and Preload
How browsers interpret code and how they help load pages faster with speculative parsing.
Taking CSS Linting to the Next Level with Stylelint
Ashley Nolan introduces the features of stylelint, a flexible and well-supported CSS linting tool that can improve your code style/maintenance.
Basic Grid Layout with Fallbacks using Feature Queries
Chrome Extensions for Quick Site Redesigns
How one developer uses Chrome extensions to do quick site redesigns.
Building Inclusive Toggle Buttons
CSS Grid: Bringing True 2D Layout to the Web
Running a Performance Profile on the YouTube Search Box with DevTools
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