Version 75 of Firefox dropped yesterday, bringing with it support for lazy loading, additions to the Web Animations API, implementation of the
clamp() CSS functions, plus a handful of accessibility wins. All of the user-facing features are detailed in the release notes here.
An in-depth look at what factors influence obsolete and deprecated elements (such as
<strike>), and a discussion of the subtleties around elements that seem like they should be deprecated but aren’t.
Building a ‘dark mode’ for a site as complex as Stack Overflow isn’t just about switching some colors around in the CSS. Here’s the process they went through.
Version 2 just launched, details here. Tests now run isolated in web workers, ability to save and fork to/from local storage, works cross-browser, and more.
This is a bit of a history lesson on CSS, specifically dealing with how some in the community have done things with CSS that at one time nobody thought would be possible.
来源：Rina Diane Caballar
A look at the new Contact Picker API, a Chrome only API (for now) that allows web apps to resemble native ones in allowing users to select entries from their contact lists and share the details with a web page.
Rendering charts can be an intensive operation for browsers, but what if you could delegate such work to a Web Worker? This post looks at what performance improvements you can realistically expect.
A mindful primer on how to approach certain accessibility considerations in your next project.
A fun little project if you want to play along.
A neat little effect, getting text to move up and down like a wave.
A detailed and comprehensive overview of the headless CMS landscape that, including pros and cons of each option. (FYI, we’ve launched a new JAMstack focused newsletter if you dabble in that world.)
Fairly basic for those well-versed in Flexbox, but a great start for beginners (includes an accompanying screencast).
来源：Chris Sevilleja beginner
A good list of options for libraries that are built with accessibility in mind.
来源：Raghavendra Satish Peri
No class names, no frameworks, just semantic HTML. 7kb.
Generates scaled (i.e. resized proportionally) CSS offset-paths, which is a feature that allows you to animate an object along a custom path.
Generates valid CSS (or SASS, SCSS and LESS) code for
Consider this a little interactive guide to the different effects you can achieve with delays and variables.
来源：Jhey Tompkins codepen
Designed by Spyros Zevelakis & Eben Sorkin, this low contrast sans-serif font features geometric styling, drawing influence from early 20th C poster lettering and Greek mono line letters. Supports over 130 languages.*