Hacks Decoded: Thomas Park, Founder of Codepip
Time for a review of Firefox 92
January brings us Firefox 85
And now for … Firefox 84
As December ushers in the final curtain for this rather eventful year, there is time left for one more Firefox version to be given its wings. Firefox 84 includes some interesting new features including tab order inspection, complex selector support in :not(), the PerformancePaintTiming API, and more!
To Eleventy and Beyond
Adding prefers-contrast to Firefox
When we talk about the contrast of a page, or contrast between web elements, we’re assessing how color choices impact readability. For visitors with low vision, web pages with low or insufficient contrast can be hard to use. In this article, we’ll walk through the design and implementation of the
prefers-contrastmedia query in Firefox, and look at why it's so exciting and important.
Learn web technology at “sofa school”
Here are some web development learning resources for kids of all ages. All you need is a web browser. This collection looks at social VR experiences using Hubs and Spoke, CSS coloring and games that teach Grid and Flexbox, and WebXR field trips that are out of this world.
Firefox 73 is upon us
Firefox 72 — our first song of 2020
Multiple-column Layout and column-span in Firefox 71
Firefox 71, now available in Developer Edition and Beta, is an exciting release for fans of CSS Layout. Recently, we covered the arrival of subgrid in Firefox, but there is another property that we've also been keeping an eye on. Firefox 71 implements column-span from Multiple-column Layout. In this post Rachel Andrew describes the progress of the Multiple-column Layout specification.