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Modifying Specific Letters with CSS and JavaScript

Changing specific characters can be a challenge in CSS. Often, we’re forced to implement our desired changes one-by-one in HTML, perhaps using the span element. But, in a few specific cases, a CSS-focused solution may still be possible. In this article, we’ll start by looking at some CSS-first approaches to changing characters, before considering a scenario where we need to turn to JavaScript.… Read article “Modifying Specific Letters with CSS and JavaScript”

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<span>L</span><span>e</span><span>t</span><span>t</span><span>e</span><span>r</span><span>s</span>

Did you see this Facebook crap?

I popped over to Facebook to verify that and what I saw was a different and even more nested mess… Read article “<span>L</span><span>e</span><span>t</span><span>t</span><span>e</span><span>r</span><span>s</span>”

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Did we get anywhere on that :nth-letter() thing?

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A Call for ::nth-everything

We already have ::first-letter and ::first-line which are useful. Why not expand those out into a full set of selectors that follow the same pattern of the ::nth-child family? I attempt to make the case here.