Category: CSS

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Advanced Tooling for Web Components

Over the course of the last four articles in this five-part series, we’ve taken a broad look at the technologies that make up the Web Components standards. First, we looked at how to create...

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All About mailto: Links | CSS-Tricks

You can make a garden variety anchor link (<a>) open up a new email. Let’s take a little journey into this feature. It’s pretty easy to use, but as with anything web, there are...

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Blurred Borders in CSS | CSS-Tricks

Say we want to target an element and just visually blur the border of it. There is no simple, single built-in web platform feature we can reach for. But we can get it done...

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Chrome Lite Pages | CSS-Tricks

The Chrome team announced a new feature called Lite Pages that can be activated by flipping on the Data Saver option on an Android device: Chrome on Android’s Data Saver feature helps by automatically...

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See No Evil: Hidden Content and Accessibility

When I first started learning web development I thought hiding content was simple: slap display: none; onto your hidden element and call it a day. Since then I’ve learned about screen readers, ARIA attributes,...