Articles tagged “css”
Interop 2022: Outcomes
Last March we announced the Interop 2022 project, a collaboration between Apple, Bocoup, Google, Igalia, Microsoft, and Mozilla to improve the quality and consistency of their implementations of the web platform. Now that it's 2023 and we're deep into preparations for the next iteration of Interop, it's a good time to reflect on how the first year of Interop has gone.
Improved Process Isolation in Firefox 100
Hacks Decoded: Sara Soueidan, Award-Winning UI Design Engineer and Author
Sara Soueidan is an independent Web UI and design engineer, author, speaker, and trainer from Lebanon. Currently, she’s working on a new course, "Practical Accessibility," meant to teach devs and designers ways to make their products accessible. We chatted with Sara about front-end web development, the importance of design and her appreciation of birds.
Hacks Decoded: Thomas Park, Founder of Codepip
Time for a review of Firefox 92
Looking fine with Firefox 89
Never too late for Firefox 88
April is upon us, and we have a most timely release for you — Firefox 88. In this release you will find a bunch of nice CSS additions including :user-valid and :user-invalid support and image-set() support, support for regular expression match indices, removal of FTP protocol support for enhanced security, and more! This blog post […]
A Fabulous February Firefox — 86!
Looking into the near distance, we can see the end of February loitering on the horizon, threatening to give way to March at any moment. To keep you engaged until then, we’d like to introduce you to Firefox 86.
January brings us Firefox 85
Coming through with Firefox 82
As October ushers in the tail-end of the year, we are pushing Firefox 82 out the door. This time around we finally enable support for the Media Session API, provide some new CSS pseudo-selector behaviours, close some security loopholes involving the Window.name property, and provide inspection for server-sent events in our developer tools.