Make some SVG noise for a new kind of CSS gradients.
The past, present, and future of CSS in Chrome DevTools.
The VirtualKeyboard API aims to solve this.
Make no mistake, PHP is still here to stay.
CSS can change the behavior of semantically correct HTML.
The popular writing assistant can now also be part of your website.
What they are, and how we can use them to our benefit.
A collection of common UX patterns optimized for Google’s performance metrics.
How the new CSS query units work, along with use cases and examples.
A design system platform to manage components, stories, and documentation.
Check URLs against a live/custom robots.txt to see if they are blocked or allowed.
Better ways to insert breaking points for line wrapping on the web.
What happens in the browser if you animate a simple box.
The small, fast, and fully-featured animation library for the web.
“Many websites would be smaller if delivered as a JPEG than assembled through DOM and I don’t know there's any bigger indictment of the entire profession.”
New CSS length authoring tools, Lighthouse 8.4, and more.
At least something, somewhere is going to break.
The next level of CSS Conditionals: when/else rules.
The web components library continues to get smaller, faster, and better.
WebCodecs, sRGB as default color space for ‘canvas’ elements, and more.
Applications and potential of the new CSS accent-color property.
Just paste in a configuration for the http server and test it out.
No more visually hidden inputs.
View the source code of any Chrome or Firefox extension without installing it.
“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.”
Map, filter, every, some, fill, findIndex, find, and reduce.
“Newbies, don’t be afraid to share what you’re learning. From the beginning. We, even the experts, need your fresh perspective!”
It’s not a web problem that web apps can’t fully compete with iOS apps.
The outline ring now auto-adapts to the element radius.
Rapid and reliable object storage, minus the egress fees.
“Littttttle funny how ‘zero runtime’ has become an exotic way to mean ‘CSS’.”
How to make an impact on someone’s quality of online life.
Gitpod introduces open-source project OpenVSCode Server.
If Apple allowed Safari to actually compete, it would be better for everyone.
CSS Cascade Layers, SharedArrayBuffer, and much more.
There are plenty of things to consider.
Artificial intelligence won’t surpass human intelligence anytime soon.
The journey to a different web is long but exciting.
A closer look at the features of more than a dozen HTML preprocessors.
Why the new OffscreenCanvas thing will matter to you.
The company says it’s time to move on from the dated web browser.
Get started with an essential part of modern web development.
Facebook’s outage is a reminder that the internet is a highly complex system.
GitHub has improved the release experience.
An overview of techniques to load popular third-party embeds efficiently.
A test with four of the most popular screen readers.
“It’s always so much easier to document components as you go rather than trying to go back to do it afterwards.”
“A quick way to stay hydrated is to take a sip every time I read documentation that tells me how simple something is!”
Meanwhile, it’s pretty easy to match your scrollbar with your design.
The popular static site generator reaches a new milestone.
Ways to figure out how to fix unexpected layout results.
Let’s discuss a big threat to the progress in the web performance space.
The modern static site builder now includes Vite and WASM.
“Accessibility as an area of expertise has made me a far better engineer overall. It needs collaboration and creates opportunities. It is cross-discipline, cross-departmental, people-focused, and requires strategic thinking to be successful at scale.”
The modern framework to build websites goes mainstream.
WSL is finally easy to install.
The Google Chrome team experiments with a RSS following feature.
“The best software engineers think like designers”, and 19 other pithy pieces of wisdom.
The jQuery Mobile project is now deprecated.
The new Sanitizer API lets you insert arbitrary strings into a page safely.
Web accessibility seems to remain a mystery for many web developers.
To keep or to drop jQuery, that is the question.
The latest and greatest PWA features in Microsoft Edge.
Check if your link style meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.
A web tool to analyze and identify the cause of bloated HTML code.
Let’s make sense of the whole Cross-Origin Resource Sharing thing.
The Vue framework for building modern websites is ready to be tried out.
An experiment in Microsoft Edge.
Why WordPress needs an official team that aims to increase its performance.
Automated tests to find out what kind of private data web browsers leak.
Accept a function as an argument, or return functions.
Get ready for “one of the hottest moments of innovation in CSS history.”
There are some great CSS features in the making.
“The web would be a vastly more accessible place if professional web developers had even a basic understanding of HTML.”
Four evil tips to game your website performance score.
Best practices on setting initial values for your custom properties.
Instantly index your web content in Microsoft Bing’s or Yandex’s search engine.
Nesting is an exciting feature that will soon be added to native CSS.