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Issue 187

Grid and accessibility, Scroll Snap, Level 4 Selectors, position: sticky

Rachel Andrew
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Issue 187

Note late in the timezone I'm currently in, but late for my usual 1PM in the UK publishing time, is this issue of CSS Layout News. I'm in San Francisco for the CSS Working Group meeting, hence the timeshifted publication. It's also a slightly shorter issue as I've been in transit often without WiFi so haven't read as much.

Next week I'll be at An Event Apart in Seattle, and also in Cleveland Ohio to run a layout workshop for Rustbelt Refresh. If you will be at one of those places, come and say hello!

Rachel Andrew, CSS Layout News


CSS Scroll Snap — How It Really Works – Noteworthy - The Journal Blog

A tutorial with lots of examples about CSS Scroll Snap.

The Dark Side of the Grid (Part 1) - Manuel Matuzović

I'm always glad to see someone writing up the issues raised by grid layout in terms of accessibility.

CSS selectors level 4 – LogRocket

A look at what is in the Editor's Draft of CSS Selectors Level 4.

Position: stuck; — and a Way to Fix It – UX Collective

SOme tips for dealing with position: sticky and overflow.


CodePen - CSS Grid: Monopoly (Harry Potter Edition)

A very cool monopoly board made using CSS Grid and a whole lot more.

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