Articles by Miriam Suzanne
Have you ever landed on a web page and wondered what fonts are being used? Have you asked yourself where those fonts come from or why a particular font isn't loading? The font editor in Firefox provides answers and insights, and gives you the ability to make font changes directly, with a live preview.
CSS Grid has been available in most major browsers since early 2017, and it makes web layout more powerful than ever before. But complex-looking new syntax (line-names! grid-areas! minmax! fit-content! fr units!) and missing IE11 support can make it scary. Don’t let that stop you. Miriam Suzanne offers some basic approaches you can put to work today.
CSS is the design language of the web — one of three core web languages — but it also seems to be the most contentious and often perplexing. It's too easy and too hard, too fragile and too resilient. Love it or hate it, CSS is weird: not quite markup, not quite programming in the common (imperative) sense, and nothing like the design programs we use for print. How did we get here?
Today we’re launching a new video channel, with a selection of shorts to kick things off. Get started with an intro to Dark Mode on the web, by Deja Hodge. Then, Jen Simmons shows us how to access a handy third-panel in the Firefox Developer Tools. Miriam Suzanne has a video all about the
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