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Issue 268

CSS Clipping and Masking, a free 24 hour Inclusive Design event, Interaction Media Features

Rachel Andrew
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Issue 268

It's a little strange as we head into what would have been the Fall/Autumn conference season and I'm still at home! Facebook keeps reminding me where I was a year ago, as if to mock me. I do have a few virtual events coming up, and am thinking about how best to share some of the half written talks that were never used this year. Watch this space!

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Inclusive Design 24 (#id24) 17 September 2020

This week join a free 24 hour inclusive design event online, no sign up required. Just pop in and watch the live YouTube stream.


How to use CSS clipping

One of two articles I wrote for the site. This one covers CSS Clipping.

How to use CSS masking

The second article covers CSS Masking.

Interaction Media Features and Their Potential (for Incorrect Assumptions) | CSS-Tricks

A useful article digging into the potential for problematic assumptions when detecting the capabilities of a user's device.

When there is no content between headings

"When you use a heading element, you set the expectation of content."