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Introducing the New Firefox (57): Quantum
A major update that’s “over twice as fast as Firefox from 6 months ago, built on a completely overhauled core engine.” It’s time to revisit Firefox if you haven’t recently.
On Declining Complexity in CSS
Despite the latest edition of CSS: The Definitive Guide dwarfing earlier ones, Eric Meyer suggests CSS is not any more complex than it was, just more capable. The book’s out now.
The Current State of Element Queries
What element queries are and where community consensus currently finds itself amongst developers and standards working groups.
The Contrast Swap Technique: Improved Image Perf with CSS Filters
Cross-Origin Communication with postMessage
Creating a TripAdvisor-Style Text input Highlight Effect
A line under the text field highlights as you type more text.
A Cute Way to Highlight Images Lacking ‘alt’ Attributes
Flexbox and Grids, Your Layout’s Best Friends
Debunking myths around Flexbox and Grid, and showing you the power of these two technologies working together.
This talk delves into grid design theory and makes it applicable for today’s web.
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