A great release from Firefox this week! See the whole roundup post from Chris Mills. I’m personally stoked to see
clip-path: path(); go live, which we’ve been tracking as it’s so clearly useful. We also get
column-span: all; which is nice in case you’re one of the few taking advantages of CSS columns. … Read article “Firefox 71: First Out of the Gate With Subgrid”
In this week’s roundup: Firefox gains locksmith-like powers, Samsung’s Galaxy Store starts supporting Progressive Web Apps, CSS Subgrid is shipping in Firefox 70, and a new study confirms that users prefer to tap into content rather than scroll through it.
Let’s get into the news.… Read article “Weekly Platform News: Web Apps in Galaxy Store, Tappable Stories, CSS Subgrid”
We felt spoiled with CSS grid for a minute there. It arrived hot and fast in all the major browsers all at once. Now that we’re seeing a lot more usage, we’re seeing people want more from grid.
Michelle Barker lists hers wants (and I’ll put my commentary after):
- Styling row and column gaps. I’ve also heard requested styling grid cells directly, rather than needing to place an element there and style that element.
- Multiple gap values. I wanted