The State of the Browser conference has announced the full line-up, which includes me along with some other lovely folks. You can join in in-person or online, and tickets are really good value. I hope to see you, or your virtual form, there.
Back in 2007, I became co-editor of the multicol spec and promptly took it back to being a Working Draft. This week the spec moved back to CR, so I now really need to get the test suite sorted.
The big news being AVIF image support.
Another article from Adam, working through the process of creating a potentially tricky component. You can also watch this as a video.
Chris with a round-up of some of the experimental things being developed as part of CSS. It really is a very exciting time!
One of the reasons CSS is able to "go wild" is that browsers are able to support this stuff, partly due to efforts like RenderingNG in Chrome. This is the latest post in a series taking a deep look into RenderingNG, this article most relevant to readers here as it's all about LayoutNG.
In this post find out why buttons and links are not the same, and which to use when.
No one is safe from running into CORS problems, however finding a really good explanation of CORS has been something I've struggled with. Jake has written that article, and it is well worth your time.
This week I spoke at An Event Apart. Here are my slides, resources, and code from that presentation.
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