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Can you nest @media and @support queries?

Yes, you can, and it doesn't really matter in what order. A CSS preprocessor is not required. It works in regular CSS.

This works:

@supports(--a: b) {
  @media (min-width: 1px) {
    body {
      background: red;
    }
  }
}

And so does this, the reverse nesting of the above:

@media (min-width: 1px) {
  @supports(--a: b) {
    body {
      background: green;
    }
  }
}
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A responsive grid layout with no media queries

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Look Ma, No Media Queries! Responsive Layouts Using CSS Grid

Not only has CSS Grid reshaped the way we think and build layouts for the web, but it has also contributed to writing more resilient code, replacing "hacky" techniques we've used before, and in some cases, killing the need to rely on code for specific resolutions and viewports. What's so cool about this era in web development is that we're capable of doing more and more with fewer lines of code.

In this article, we'll start dipping our toes into … Read article

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Where Do You Nest Your Sass Breakpoints?

I love nesting my @media query breakpoints. It's perhaps the most important feature of Sass to me. Maybe I pick a method and do it like this:

.element {
  display: grid;
  grid-template-columns: 100px 1fr;
  @include breakpoint(baby-bear) {
    display: block;
  }
}

That's straightforward enough. But what if my element has several sub-elements and the breakpoint affects them as well? There are different approaches, and I'm never quite sure which one I should be doing.… Read article

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Dark Mode in CSS

With the introduction of dark mode in macOS, Safari Technology Preview 68 has released a new feature called prefers-color-scheme which lets us detect whether the user has dark mode enabled with a media query. Safari Technology Preview 71 also has supported-color-schemes, which... well, I couldn't exactly tell you what that does.

The media query is like this:

@media (prefers-color-scheme: dark) {

}

It may not be supported everywhere just yet, but it's a great progressive enhancement, it's implemented … Read article

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How to create a logo that responds to its own aspect ratio

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Mobile, Small, Portrait, Slow, Interlace, Monochrome, Coarse, Non-Hover, First

A month ago I explored the importance of relying on Interaction Media Features to identify the user's ability to hover over elements or to detect the accuracy of their pointing device, meaning a fine pointer like a mouse or a coarse one like a finger.

But it goes beyond the input devices or the ability to hover; the screen refresh rate, the color of the screen, or the orientation. Making assumptions about these factors based on the width of the … Read article

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SVG & Media Queries

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Introducing iframify

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