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Estelle Weyl has been building the web since 1999 and documenting it since 2007. Today she joins Amal for a loooong and deeeep conversation about new and !important features of CSS & HTML. Sit down, strap in, and prepare to be schooled!

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Chapter

1. Opener (00:00:00)

3. It's party time, y'all! (00:01:55)

4. Welcoming Estelle (00:02:45)

5. Estelle's background (00:04:56)

6. How WHATWG was created (00:07:43)

7. MDN as your default search engine (00:10:17)

8. The CSS Working Group (00:12:45)

9. HTML and CSS working together (00:18:07)

10. Sponsor: Sourcegraph (00:20:03)

11. Hebrew & CSS test results (00:22:42)

12. HTML imports (00:25:28)

13. We should use @Imports in CSS (00:26:52)

14. Introing new CSS features (00:27:47)

15. Interop with Web Platform Tests (00:28:40)

16. Interop driving new CSS features (00:31:17)

17. A11y concerns with  (00:31:51)

18. All about the :has() selector (00:33:56)

19. What's a forgiving selector list? (00:36:10)

20. What's a relative selector list? (00:38:55)

21. Practical uses of :has() (00:39:47)

22. Sponsor: Retool (00:43:31)

23. Cascade Layers (00:44:27)

24. A useless piece of trivia (00:50:15)

25. Back to Cascade Layers (00:51:49)

26. Styling your style (00:53:59)

27. The content editable attribute (00:56:56)

28. Enumarated vs boolean attributes (00:57:57)

29. Amal's amazing song of clarity (01:00:10)

30. Back to content editable (01:01:46)

31. The hidden attribute (01:03:48)

32. JS is not very forgiving (01:07:05)

33. HTML is incredibly powerful (01:08:35)

34. The radio button (01:09:52)

35. More about Open Web Docs (01:14:25)

36. Why it's important to learn HTML (01:16:40)

37. Things people don't understand about CSS (01:21:24)

38. Cool HTML/CSS Pokemon (01:23:41)

39. Wrapping up! (01:26:50)

40. Outro (01:30:52)

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Konten disediakan oleh Changelog Media. Semua konten podcast termasuk episode, grafik, dan deskripsi podcast diunggah dan disediakan langsung oleh Changelog Media atau mitra platform podcast mereka. Jika Anda yakin seseorang menggunakan karya berhak cipta Anda tanpa izin, Anda dapat mengikuti proses yang diuraikan di sini https://id.player.fm/legal.

Estelle Weyl has been building the web since 1999 and documenting it since 2007. Today she joins Amal for a loooong and deeeep conversation about new and !important features of CSS & HTML. Sit down, strap in, and prepare to be schooled!

Leave us a comment

Changelog++ members save 5 minutes on this episode because they made the ads disappear. Join today!

Sponsors:

  • RaygunNever miss another mission-critical issue again — Raygun Alerting is now available for Crash Reporting and Real User Monitoring, to make sure you are quickly notified of the errors, crashes, and front-end performance issues that matter most to you and your business. Set thresholds for your alert based on an increase in error count, a spike in load time, or new issues introduced in the latest deployment. Start your free 14-day trial at Raygun.com
  • SourcegraphTransform your code into a queryable database to create customizable visual dashboards in seconds. Sourcegraph recently launched Code Insights — now you can track what really matters to you and your team in your codebase. See how other teams are using this awesome feature at about.sourcegraph.com/code-insights
  • RetoolThe low-code platform for developers to build internal tools — Some of the best teams out there trust Retool…Brex, Coinbase, Plaid, Doordash, LegalGenius, Amazon, Allbirds, Peloton, and so many more – the developers at these teams trust Retool as the platform to build their internal tools. Try it free at retool.com/changelog

Featuring:

Show Notes:

Something missing or broken? PRs welcome!

  continue reading

Chapter

1. Opener (00:00:00)

3. It's party time, y'all! (00:01:55)

4. Welcoming Estelle (00:02:45)

5. Estelle's background (00:04:56)

6. How WHATWG was created (00:07:43)

7. MDN as your default search engine (00:10:17)

8. The CSS Working Group (00:12:45)

9. HTML and CSS working together (00:18:07)

10. Sponsor: Sourcegraph (00:20:03)

11. Hebrew & CSS test results (00:22:42)

12. HTML imports (00:25:28)

13. We should use @Imports in CSS (00:26:52)

14. Introing new CSS features (00:27:47)

15. Interop with Web Platform Tests (00:28:40)

16. Interop driving new CSS features (00:31:17)

17. A11y concerns with  (00:31:51)

18. All about the :has() selector (00:33:56)

19. What's a forgiving selector list? (00:36:10)

20. What's a relative selector list? (00:38:55)

21. Practical uses of :has() (00:39:47)

22. Sponsor: Retool (00:43:31)

23. Cascade Layers (00:44:27)

24. A useless piece of trivia (00:50:15)

25. Back to Cascade Layers (00:51:49)

26. Styling your style (00:53:59)

27. The content editable attribute (00:56:56)

28. Enumarated vs boolean attributes (00:57:57)

29. Amal's amazing song of clarity (01:00:10)

30. Back to content editable (01:01:46)

31. The hidden attribute (01:03:48)

32. JS is not very forgiving (01:07:05)

33. HTML is incredibly powerful (01:08:35)

34. The radio button (01:09:52)

35. More about Open Web Docs (01:14:25)

36. Why it's important to learn HTML (01:16:40)

37. Things people don't understand about CSS (01:21:24)

38. Cool HTML/CSS Pokemon (01:23:41)

39. Wrapping up! (01:26:50)

40. Outro (01:30:52)

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