Category: CSS

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Come to An Event Apart in 2019

The 2019 season for An Event Apart (the premiere web and interaction design conference) is about to kick off! Seattle – March 4–6, 2019 Boston – May 6–8, 2019 Washington DC – July 29–31,...

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Revisiting the abbr element

A few weeks ago, I wrote about how to make the abbr element work for touchscreen, keyboard, and mouse. My suggestion involved making the <abbr> element focusable with the tabindex attribute and using pseudo-elements...

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What Hooks Mean for Vue

Not to be confused with Lifecycle Hooks, Hooks were introduced in React in v16.7.0-alpha, and a proof of concept was released for Vue a few days after. Even though it was proposed by React,...

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How do you figure? | scottohara.me

Introduced as part of HTML5, the figure and figcaption elements are meant to create a meaningful markup structure that: provides a descriptive label to a piece of content that… is relevant to the current...