In the CSS section of the latest edition of Web Almanac, Rachel Andrew shows what developers actually use in production, which new features are being adopted, which old techniques are falling out of use, and more.
Ahmad Shadeed explores a few use cases for comparison functions and explains each in detail.
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Articles & Tutorials
Preethi demonstrates how to create an interesting background pattern.
Jared Toporek outlines some challenges with number input.
Louis Lazaris explains the difference between the terms CSS rules and CSS rulesets, which have been used interchangeably over the years.
Stefan Judis explains that custom properties don’t work in CSS url() functions because without quotes, the parser treats the entire declaration as a url-token.
Adam Argyle and Charlie Gleason give an overview of three tools and techniques for testing and verifying accessible color contrast of your design.
I got a major itch to release a sticker set (CSS themed, of course). And right now, I’m still trying to figure out if anyone would be interested in this.
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Markwhen is a text-to-timeline tool that lets you write markdown-ish text and converts it into a nice-looking cascading timeline.
Remix Icon is a set of open-source neutral-style system symbols elaborately crafted for designers and developers.
Amit Sheen created another impressive, animated demo using only CSS.