It was Safari who first started hiding the complete URL. Here’s what CSS-Tricks looks like even when you’re on an article page by default in Safari:
The full URL path is hidden.
You can only fix it (YES, FIX IT) by checking “Show full website address” in settings.
We’ve already damaged the sanctity of URLs in a way with URL shorteners. Thankfully, those are used less and less with social networks, like Twitter, not counting the URL toward …
Mike Hartington glows about how good and useful the Shadow DOM is:
[Shadow DOM is] actually built on two simple ideas, isolation and location. Need to create a bit of DOM that is isolated from the global scope? Shadow DOM is here to help. Need to specify the exact location of a piece of DOM? Shadow DOMs scope API is what you need!
It can be helpful to think of components that use Shadow DOM as modules for HTML. Markup …
Most of the behavior in an application revolves around events. User enters a value in the registration form? Event. User hits the submit button? Another event. Events are triggered a number of ways and we build applications to listen for them in order to do something else in response.
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I’m very glad a guide for these features exists because we already know there are so many weird things that variable fonts can do — well done, Tunghsiao Liu!
There are quite a few possible values for
font-feature-settings, like, ya know:
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