Raindrop.io Bookmarks 12/26/2022
- Things CSS Could Still Use Heading Into 2023 - Chris Coyier
"Then the "father of CSS" swooped and pooped all over it with a bunch of arguments that I thought were dumb and bad then and I think are dumb and bad now."
- Natural Language Inputs - Jim Nielsen's Blog
"Why not move all this complex work out of the hands of front-end people (and users) and move it to a server that supports parsing natural language?"
- About Modern Sass - Spruce CSS
"To create (or use third-party) mixins that can make the development faster. One new mixin I will need often is a font-face one; because of the GDPR, I can't include them directly from Google."
- 4 ways CSS :has() can make your HTML forms even better
- A Problem with Link Relationships · Jens Oliver Meiert
"enriching documents with more metadata, using rel, has benefits, some of which we do claim and some of which we can claim. But maintaining this kind of invisible information for anything that can change, over the years, is so difficult, it won't just be a problem for more use of rel--it already has been a problem for use of rel."
- Aligning Jakob Nielsen's 10 Usability Heuristics with the WCAG 2.1
"The following sections look at each usability heuristic and the applicable Success Criteria from the WCAG 2.1. The goal is to show the depth of the correlations between the usability guidelines and the Success Criteria that govern accessibility as they relate to product design."
- HTML Dialog | 12 Days of Web
"Native dialogs became cross-browser as of March 2022. Review how to use and customize dialogs and about accessibility considerations."