What they are and how they work.
“Hardly a day goes by I don’t see a dogmatic statement about the web.”
Why SVG 2 is at risk of never getting past Editor’s Draft status at the W3C.
Think of it as an integrated development environment for building websites.
Advantages and disadvantages of some of the options.
The power of Custom Properties.
Where we are and where we are going.
“Just a little reminder that it’s about 100 times more important what you build than how you build it.”
A new way to work with and pay for web servers.
What’s really important.
Firefox 62 supports the shape-outside property joining Chrome and Safari.
“A framework doesn’t make your site fast. You do that.”
Fresh user interface for the popular online code editor.
CodePen now lets you manage code from your own website.
Partial solutions to a difficult problem.
Big deals in Firefox’s latest release.
Things change, but the guiding light not that much.
The different ways people think about and use the term.
Does good performance map to lower energy usage?
The checklist of things to do grows and grows.
A fun way to create a ‘living’ theme for your web site.
A hack to solve an issue with “scroll-behavior: smooth”.
New CSS function gets the best color for a given contrast.
Everything to know about CSS variables at a glance.
Pros and cons of different approaches and solutions.
The astonishing difference between target=“_blank” and target=“blank”.
Trick a system into thinking an URL isn’t a link or a single word is two words.
There is a working draft spec for CSS scoping now.
The next level of CSS Conditionals: when/else rules.
“Maybe a lot of the anti-CSS sentiment that people feel is rooted in the fact that CSS had gotten so good that more people are bothering to make it part of their responsibility.”
“Littttttle funny how ‘zero runtime’ has become an exotic way to mean ‘CSS’.”
A closer look at the features of more than a dozen HTML preprocessors.