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RT @feather: Was working with a developer last week and we were debugging some CSS. I had them create a test class: .test Then I asked them to make it so it applied to all paragraphs inside a div with that class. They didn’t know how to do it. They’ve been a dev for 10+ years.

Was working with a developer last week and we were debugging some CSS. I had them create a test class:.testThen I asked them to make it so it applied to all paragraphs inside a div with that class.They didn’t know how to do it. They’ve been a dev for 10+ years.— Derek Featherstone (@feather) February…

RT @stefanjudis: Huh! Just learned about `scroll-behavior: smooth;` in #CSS. The browser will smooth scroll to anchor links. Support is not great yet but when you treat it as progressive enhancement it should be alright. :) https://t.co/j1BMmjEfKz https://t.co/A61XgtfURG

Huh! Just learned about `scroll-behavior: smooth;` in #CSS. The browser will smooth scroll to anchor links. Support is not great yet but when you treat it as progressive enhancement it should be alright. :)https://t.co/j1BMmjEfKz pic.twitter.com/A61XgtfURG— Stefan Judis (@stefanjudis) February 15, 2019

RT @SaraSoueidan: This article by @scottohara is yet another proof that the first and most important step to ensure your site is accessible to everyone regardless of their context is to use native HTML elements and semantics: https://t.co/CL9TQ6jSQW “HCM cares not for your ARIA roles”

This article by @scottohara is yet another proof that the first and most important step to ensure your site is accessible to everyone regardless of their context is to use native HTML elements and semantics: https://t.co/CL9TQ6jSQW“HCM cares not for your ARIA roles”— Sara Soueidan (@SaraSoueidan) February 15, 2019