One of the first plugins that would hit a new framework in the early days of JavaScript frameworks was a placeholder plugin, which is why we were so excited when HTML5 brought us the placeholder attribute. Then CSS lovers like me were thrilled when the CSS spec allowed us to style placeholders.

One recent problem I faced was wanting to apply a specific font-family to an <input> element but only when that element contained text. My initial thought was needing to set the font-family on the <input> and then re-apply the body’s font-family on the ::placeholder but that didn’t seem ideal — it seemed like a maintenance cost.

I took to Twitter for a better solution and luckily Facundo…



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