It's another week where finding new articles to publish has been a bit tricky. Unsurprising given this is the first working day back after the holiday for many people. I have however been catching up on reading some of the web "Advent Calendars" that ran over the past few weeks, and so many of the articles today are from that reading.
Yesterday I published a little roundup of my year - which featured a lot of CSS Grid! I'm now looking forward to everything that is to come in 2018. I hope that you are too.
Rachel Andrew, CSS Layout News
We will soon have
display: contents in Chrome, which makes it a good time to vote for the feature in Edge.
Paul J Adam demonstrates how to use automated and manual accessibility testing tools on desktop and mobile websites, covering five tools, the pros and cons of each tool, and describe the best features of each tool.
A demonstration and tutorial on `position: sticky'.
This talk by Derek Featherstone explains how by creating a great experience for people with disabilities, we actually end up with better designs for everyone.
Sara Soueidan writes about CSS Grid
The Challenge: Calculate the real percentage of unused CSS.
Beth Raduenzel covers the official guidance on color contrast from WCAG, then goes over and beyond to cover aspects that truly consider the usability of situations where color contrast is important.
Resize your browser window to see the amazing detail that has gone into this design.
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