Articles by Rachel Andrew
Firefox 68 landed earlier this month with a bunch of CSS additions and changes. In this blog post Rachel Andrew takes a look at some of the things you can expect to find, like Scroll Snapping done right, the
::markerpseudo-element, and new tooling in Firefox DevTools for working with CSS.
The CSS Scroll Snap specification gives us a way in CSS to snap between different elements in a page or scrolling component. In this post, Rachel Andrew explains how scroll snapping works, why we had a situation where browsers were running different versions of the specification, and how that's changing.
The subgrid feature which is part of Level 2 of the CSS Grid Specification is not yet shipping in any browser, but is now available for testing in Firefox Nightly. This is a feature that, if you have used CSS Grid for a layout of any complexity, you are likely to be pretty excited about
With Flexbox and Grid, plus the related specifications of Box Alignment and Writing Modes, we have new layout models for the web, which have been designed to enable the types of layouts we need to create. Whether your interest is in being able to implement more creative designs, or simply to streamline development of complex user interfaces Rachel Andrews' thoughtful materials will help you to gain a thorough understanding of the power of Flexbox and Grid working together.