Raindrop.io Bookmarks 10/11/2020
"The one-two punch of matchMedia() and MediaQueryList gives us the same power to not only match media conditions that CSS provides, but to actively respond to updated conditions as well."
- Linearly Scale font-size with CSS clamp() Based on the Viewport | CSS-Tricks
"What we are trying to achieve with clamp() is called linear interpolation: getting intermediate information between two data points."
- The W3C Drops WordPress from Consideration - Joe Dolson Web Accessibility
"If we're looking at a small organization, or an environment where you know exactly who is administering or authoring within your admin environment, then yes - WordPress offers an adequate level of accessibility, within a defined set of parameters. For a large organization, and for this one in specific, WordPress is in no way adequate."
- How screen readers navigate data tables - Tink - Léonie Watson
"When a table is created using the appropriate HTML elements (or ARIA roles) screen readers can inform users about the characteristics of the table, and users have access to keyboard commands specifically for navigating tabular content."
- A Complete Guide to CSS Media Queries | CSS-Tricks
"CSS allows you to nest at-rules or group statements using parentheses, making it possible to go as deep as we want to evaluate complex operations."
- Touch, Point, Click: Mouse vs Touch Screen Input - Mobile vs Desktop
"as well designing and building responsively for different screen sizes, we must also be aware of the different methods of user inputs, as well as making interfaces accessible to people of different abilities."
- Why Tailwind CSS - DEV
"By design, CSS is easy to extend. Just add specificity! But it is not easy to delete. This adds complexity, in the best Rich Hickey sense of the word (because position matters in CSS, you know have to remember all positions)."