Show CSS browser support data with css-browser-support

If you want to include Browser Support tables on your site, you can use this package by Stephanie Eckles Query for CSS browser support data, combined from caniuse and MDN, including version support started and global support percentages. Per feature that ask it, you get back an object with the browsers and the data: { …

Be the browser’s mentor, not its micromanager

Wonderful talk by Andy Bell. We look at how we can hint the browser, rather than micromanage it by leaning into progressive enhancement, CSS layout, fluid type & space and modern CSS capabilities to build resilient front-ends that look great for everyone, regardless of their device, connection speed or context. Slides available as well

A Previous Sibling Selector

Jim Nielsen set out to style a bunch of links that appeared before hr elements. As the element tree – generated from a Markdown file – was entirely flat, there are no enclosing section elements to hook onto in order to select those links (using something like section p:last-child a:only-child). The solution? The :has() selector: …

Complex vs Compound Selectors

Good post by Miriam Suzanne In CSS, there are compound selectors and also complex selectors, and I never remember which is which. Do you need to learn the difference? Probably not. But I’m tired of looking it up. Don’t tell anyone but this is the reason why many of us blog: to remember things 😉 …

Fun CSS-only scrolling effects for Matterday

In this post, Lynn Fisher walks us through the parallax scrolling CSS effects featured on the Matterday project. Does not use Scroll-Linked Animations (which is undergoing a spec rewrite) but transform hacks that rely on translateZ() to create a stack and scale() to correct the size again. Fun CSS-only scrolling effects for Matterday →

The CSS Cascade: A Deep Dive (2022.06.09 @ CSS Day)

On June 9 & 10, I was in Amsterdam for CSS Day – a conference I’ve been attending since it’s very first edition in 2013. This time – after a two year hiatus due to youknowwhat – I was very glad to be back! This time not as an attendee though, but as a speaker. …

CSS: Select first x items

Because I keep forgetting this, an entry on the blog so that my future self can find it back easily: CSS: Want your first 5 list items to be bold? li:nth-of-type(-n + 5) {font-weight: bold;} Start with the # of list items you want to impact, then increment backward with -n. — Estelle Weyl (@estellevw) …

Star Wars Scene Transition Effects in CSS

You know those wipe transitions between scenes in Star Wars movies? Have you ever thought it would be awesome to recreate them with CSS? Probably not, but, well, here we are. Let’s do it. Uses gradients set as a mask-image which transition on hover. For the iris and clock wipte effects, @property is used. Star …