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Are we in a new era of web design? What do we call it?


Una is calling it the new responsive. A nod to the era we were most certainly in, the era of responsive design. Where responsive design was fluid grids, flexible media, and media queries, the new responsive is those things … The post Are we in a new era of web design? What do we call...

Media Queries in Times of @container


Max Böck took me up on my challenge to look through a codebase and see how many of the @media queries could ultimately become @container queries. I took the bait and had a look at some of my projects – … The post Media Queries in Times of @container appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You...

A Cornucopia of Container Queries


I don’t know about y’all, but my feeds have been flooded with articles about CSS Container Queries these past few weeks. The buzz about container queries actually started back in December after Miriam Suzanne posted a proposal (picking up on … The post A Cornucopia of Container...

Can We Create a “Resize Hack” With Container Queries?


If you follow new developments in CSS, you’ve likely heard of the impending arrival of container queries. We’re going to look at the basics here, but if you’d like another look, check out Una’s “Next Gen CSS: @container” article. … The post Can We Create a “Resize Hack” With...

Next Gen CSS: @container


Chrome is experimenting with @container, a property within the CSS Working Group Containment Level 3 spec being championed by Miriam Suzanne of Oddbird, and a group of engineers across the web platform. @container brings us the ability to … The post Next Gen CSS: @container appeared first...

Say Hello to CSS Container Queries


Container queries are finally here! Now available behind a flag in the latest version of Chrome Canary, you can go ahead and experiment to your heart’s content. Oh, and if you’re not familiar with container queries then check out … The post Say Hello to CSS Container Queries appeared first...

Minimal Takes on Faking Container Queries


It’s sounding more and more likely that we’re actually going to get real container queries. Google is prototyping a syntax idea from David Baron and refined by Miriam Suzanne. Apparently, there has already been some prototyping done for a switch() syntax which is like container queries...

The Raven Technique: One Step Closer to Container Queries


For the millionth time: We need container queries in CSS! And guess what, it looks like we’re heading in that direction. When building components for a website, you don’t always know how that component will be used. Maybe it will be render as wide as the browser window is. Maybe two of them...

Playing With (Fake) Container Queries With watched-box & resizeasaurus


Heydon’s <watched-box> is a damn fantastic tool. It’s a custom element that essentially does container queries by way of class names that get added to the box based on size breakpoints that are calculated with ResizeObserver. It’s like a cleaner version of what Philip...

The Origin Story of Container Queries


Container queries don’t exist today but a lot of web developers have been arguing in their favor lately. At first, the idea sounds relatively simple: whereas media queries allow us to make style changes based on the width of the browser, container queries would allow us to make style updates when...

Let’s Not Forget About Container Queries


Container queries are always on the top of the list of requested improvements to CSS. The general sentiment is that if we had container queries, we wouldn't write as many global media queries based on page size. That's because we're actually trying to control a more scoped container, and the only...

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