Those HTML Attributes You Never Use

Over at Smashing Magazine, Louis Lazaris covers a few of the lesser known HTML attributes: The enterkeyhint Attribute For Virtual Keyboards The title Attribute On Stylesheets The cite Attribute For The <blockquote> And <q> Elements Attributes For Custom Ordered Lists The download Attribute For The <a> Element The decoding Attribute For The <img> Element The …

CSS color-contrast() – Target Contrast Ratio Demo

Nice demo by Daniel Yuschick, showing how color-contrast() does its thing. Using the controls you can change the target contrast using a keyword or a custom value. Good use of Custom Properties there as well! 👨‍🔬 To check this demo you’ll need Safari Technology Preview 122+ with the CSS color-contrast() Experimental Feature enabled.

Using FormData And Enhancing Forms With JavaScript

Jason Knights dissects a form that’s: not a form relies entirely on JS to handle the form submission He then takes his own approach that uses an actual <form> that can be submitted, along with some extra JS sprinkled on top to prevent a full reload. By using PROPER name=”” in the markup and a …

Corset — Cascading Binding Sheets

Matthew Philips made something odd-looking: a JavaScript framework that lets you add DOM bindings using a CSS-like syntax. Say your framework of choice generates this markup: <div class="counter"> <button type="button" class="increment">Increment</button> <button type="button" class="decrement" disabled>Decrement</button> <div class="result"> Count: <strong class="count">0</strong> </div> </div> Using Corset, you can then add behavior as follows: import sheet, { mount …