CSS Proposals @when, CSS Masonry, Carets

Aug. 15, 2022, 10 a.m. (1 year, 11 months ago)
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In this episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk about proposals to CSS including @when, CSS Masonry, CSS Caret, ENV Vars, and Media Query Ranges.

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Show Notes

 @when media(width >= 400px) and media(pointer: fine) and supports(display: flex) {   /* A */ } @else supports(caret-color: pink) and supports(background: double-rainbow()) {   /* B */ } @else {   /* C */ }  
 .grid {   display: inline-grid;   grid: masonry / repeat(3, 2ch);   border: 1px solid;   masonry-auto-flow: next; }  

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