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The Freedom of Container Queries

If a webpage's layout was an itch and Media Queries are a long, scratchy stick (that is really great but doesn't quite hit the spot), CSS Container Queries are the little claw that turns that plain old stick into a fully fledged back scratcher.

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Media Queries – Quit (hover)ing around and get to the point(er)

Have you ever visited a website on a nice, big monitor and thought how easy it is to use while navigating through pages and completing forms with your mouse? Have you ever then visited that website on your mobile or, god forbid, smart TV at a later date and wanted to throw your device or remote out of the window in frustration? Have you ever got tired of long, tedious questions who’s purpose is simply to lead into a larger point? Sure you have!

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The Accessibility of Rabbit Holes

I can’t fit into a rabbit hole - well, maybe I could with the help of a tiny, bottled beverage - but I find myself metaphorically falling head over heels down, into and around them on a regular basis.

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Flexbox and CSS Grids – I think I’ll Clear Both

Working with CSS for a website’s layout has always been a little bit hacky. Not that using floats or display: inline-block; haven’t served their purpose, it’s just they aren’t the right tools for job; they were never meant to be used for layout and structure. In the past, there have been many workarounds to make a website look like it has structure, some of which had some pros but a higher number of cons.

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