progressive enhancement

Using for Menus and Dialogs is an Interesting Idea – Website Design Article

One of the most empowering things you can learn as a new front-end developer who is starting to learn JavaScript is to change classes. If you can change classes, you can use your CSS skills to control a lot on a page. Toggle a class to one thing, style it this way, toggle to another class (or remove it) and style it another way. But there is an HTML element that also does toggles! <details>! For example, it’s definitely the…

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How @supports Works | CSS-Tricks – Website Design Article

CSS has a neat feature that allows us to test if the browser supports a particular property or property:value combination before applying a block of styles — like how a @media query matches when, say, the width of the browser window is narrower than some specified size and then the CSS within it takes effect. In the same spirit, the CSS inside this feature will take effect when the property:value pair being tested is supported in the current browser. That…

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