While I'm still enjoying being at home and spending the weekends jumping in lakes and running up Welsh mountains, the autumn/fall conference season will be upon us before long. I've got a new workshop booked for Amsterdam, details are below. The same week in Amsterdam is View Source conference from Mozilla, which will be a deep dive into how browser vendors and others create and support new web standards.
You can find out where I am, and see the slides and video of past events over on my Notist profile. I try to add all the video as they are released so there is quite a collection building up on my video page.
Rachel Andrew, CSS Layout News
I've added another workshop for this year, this time in Amsterdam at the Fronteers conference. If you want to come and spend a day learning layout with me, tickets are on sale.
Following up on a thread on Twitter, I wrote about margins in CSS. In particular I dug into margin collapsing - why it happens and how to prevent it.
A nice approach using CSS Custom Properties.
Another of Andy's in-depth examinations of grid systems, based on an exploration of the grid systems used in a publication - this time the compound grids of Pressing Matters magazine.
Notes on generated content and potential unintended consequences.
position: sticky for sticky table headers.
This is fun, and digs into the animation of grid tracks which has been implemented in Firefox.
Greg writes up some initial thoughts on the research he has been doing on standardizing form controls to enable control of the appearance of these elements. It's certainly something that people always ask for when any of us involved with CSS as for your top feature requests for the platform.
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