Raindrop.io Bookmarks 07/31/2020
- Chromium Blog: Using Chrome to generate more accessible PDFs
"Starting in Chrome 85 (scheduled to go to stable in late August), Chrome will automatically generate a tagged PDF when you print a web page and choose the "Save as PDF" destination."
- Gettin' Foldy with the Dual-screen Web (Part II) - daverupert.com
"Based on my experiences with utility-based CSS frameworks, I think supporting dual-screens would be difficult to achieve. Happy to be wrong because I feel like people get a lot of value out of these frameworks, but responding to dual-screens really relies on the cascade part of CSS and it seems like managing all state variations like this in HTML might get unwieldy."
- Chromium Blog: More secure and convenient Autofill coming to Chrome
"Chrome uses the W3C standard WebAuthn to securely enroll you for biometric authentication. Biometric information never leaves your device. The feature is already available on Windows and Mac and is coming to Chrome on Android in the coming weeks."
- SVG Title vs. HTML Title Attribute | CSS-Tricks
"Which, interestingly, Firefox 79 just started supporting. When you use title like that, the hoverable area to reveal the title popup is the entire rectangle of the <svg>."
- NASA Mars 2020 Mission -- Logo & Identity
"For the 2020 launch of the Mars Rover, NASA asked House of van Schneider to design a symbol capturing the energy and legacy of space travel, while celebrating the engineers who worked tirelessly on this mission."
- What does 100% mean in CSS?
"One of the CSS units I use most is the wonderful % -- so handy for positioning elements on the page. Unfortunately, the rules aren't exactly straightforward. One question I'm always asking myself is: Percent of what? Hopefully this guide can help clear things up."