Oliver Schöndorfer gives an excellent primer on variable fonts on the web.
David Gwyer gives an in-depth review of some interesting CSS selectors (that will be available in the future).
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Articles & Tutorials
Ana Tudor explains how she created a stunning, animated rainbow gradient infinity image using one HTML element and CSS.
Michelle Barker shares a few tips for integrating CSS Variables into your workflow.
Web performance experts reveal which practices are outdated in 2018 and give some suggestions for optimising your sites and apps.
A fascinating read on dealing with timezones by Zach Holman.
Scott O’Hara explains how landmarks can be useful to screen reader users as they help orient a user to an appropriately structured web page or application screen.
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Landmarks is a browser extension (for Firefox, Chrome and Opera) that allows you to navigate a web page via WAI-ARIA landmarks, using the keyboard or a pop-up menu.
Short and Sweet is an accessible character counter for input elements.
Jhey Tompkins created a pure CSS tic tac toe game. Quite impressive.