Miriam Suzanne created an in-depth guide to CSS cascade layers, a CSS feature that allows you to define explicitly contained layers of specificity, so that you have complete control over which styles take priority in a project without relying on specificity hacks.
Una Kravets gives a fantastic introduction to CSS cascade layers, a new CSS API to help you manage the cascade precedence of your code.
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Kilian Valkhof shares how he helped make the State Of CSS survey results more responsive and accessible.
Oliver Schöndorfer explains how and why Wordle would look much better in “Clear Sans” while learning about the CSS font stack and the value of good typography in UIs.
Yuan Chuan explains the difference between
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Eric Eggert debunks a common misconception that alternative text for images has a 125 character limit.
A fantastic book by Ahmad Shadeed full of tips and techniques on how to debug CSS. It will help you significantly improve your CSS debugging skills.
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