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Miriam Suzanne has a Mozilla Developer video[1] on the subject. The revert value is fairly new, supported in Firefox and Safari, but not yet in Chrome-world. We've already got a couple of related keywords that work on any property which are meant to help control inheritance and reset values. The difference is small, but important: unset allows inheritance, while initial does not. Miriam makes the case that revert is actually the most useful of them because it "takes user and user-agent styles into consideration." I...

For the holiday break this year, I decided to finally tackle creating an indoor work space.  I’d had my eye on a corner of our basement storage room for a while, and sketched out various rough plans on graph paper over the past couple of years.  But this time?  This time, I was doing it. The core goal is to have a workbench where I can do small toy and appliance repair when needed, as well as...

If you draw your own SVG files or if you download them from the internet, tools like this SVG-Editor[1] or SVGOMG[2] are your friends. Compressing the files with those tools takes only few seconds and reduces your file size a lot. But if you need to use your SVG inline to animate or interact with the code, there’s still a lot you can do about code legibility. Reusing content with SVG’s <use> is not always an option,...

We do a lot of rapid prototyping at Cloud Four, which means we’re often working with incomplete or hypothetical content. When it comes to FPO images, we’ve relied on a few different solutions: Each of these techniques has strengths and weaknesses. For us, external requests slowed down refreshes during local development, client-side libraries were more failure-prone and introduced modest performance hiccups, and it was a drag having to stop prototyping to go search for, resize and save...

About The Author Suzanne Scacca is a former WordPress implementer, trainer and agency manager who now works as a freelance copywriter. She specializes in crafting marketing, web … More about Suzanne Scacca …[1] Want to build a website or PWA that attracts a large audience and then converts as much of that audience into paying customers as possible? If that’s the case, what you need to do is use storytelling in your design — and there are a...

Tragedy strikes from nowhere, and it’s devastating both emotionally, and financially. It might be a motorcycle accident with a long, expensive hospital stay; being fired, or laid off from a long time staff position; a client going out of business owing you money; a messy divorce; a sick child needing intensive medical care; dying parents; or mounting debt that makes you think very bad thoughts. If it weren’t for bad luck, I’d have no luck at all!...

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News[1] site, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of the most popular designer news that we curated from the past...

If you want to build a modern web app, you typically need to use a few different tools: one set for the front-end, and another for the back-end. In addition, you would need to learn and use a different API (and often even a different programming language) for the back-end. However, the Web API is a rich and stable API, and the web browser is a stable, powerful and secure execution environment. So why then can...

We have a lot of new layout tools at our disposal these days—flexbox is finally stable and interoperable, and Grid very much the same, with both technologies having well over 90% support coverage. In that light, we might think there’s no place for old tricks like negative margins, but I recently discovered otherwise. Over at An Event Apart[1], we’ve been updating some of our landing pages[2], and our designer thought it would be interesting to have slanted...

API | FAQ | Contributing[1][2][3] Playwright is a Node library to automate the Chromium[4], WebKit[5] and Firefox[6] browsers with a single API. This includes support for the new Microsoft Edge browser, which is based on Chromium. Playwright is focused on enabling cross-browser web automation platform that is ever-green, capable, reliable and fast. Our primary goal with Playwright is to improve automated UI testing by eliminating flakiness, improving the speed of execution and offering insights...