Ahmad Shadeed explains why we need container queries and how they will help you create more powerful components and layouts.
Stephanie Eckles outlines some of the capabilities modern CSS provides that we can leverage to make layouts more accessibly inclusive for users of all abilities across any device.
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Articles & Tutorials
Eric Bailey outlines why CSS is a strongly typed programming language.
Michelle Barker shares the process of creating realistic-looking paper snowflakes in CSS.
Ahmad Shadeed explores the causes of different overflow issues and shares some advice on how to solve them.
Eric Meyer gives an introduction to gap property, a property that can be used on grids, flexboxes, and even on multiple columns.
Callum Hart on the importance of choosing CSS variable names that adapt to different contexts.
CSS is the often unsung hero of Web development. Hover from Web Directions is the conference CSS deserves, covering the language and its uses in a way like no other.
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Cumulative Layout Shift Debugger is a tool to visualize the cumulative layout shifts of any webpage, so it becomes easier to identify what needs improving in the initial load of a website.
Fig is VSCode-style autocomplete for the terminal. It shows subcommands, options, and contextually relevant arguments in your existing terminal on macOS.