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Roland Taylor
Roland Taylor

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I'm back!!!

So... I've been MIA for a while...

In case you haven't noticed, I've been missing around these parts for a little while, although a lot has certainly been happening. In May of this year, I began my Outreachy journey, working with the Fedora Badges design project.

Before this time, I'd been hinting that I'd be releasing some new content, which I indeed ha(d/ve) in the works. The nature of life being as it is, however, I've had to delay the release of those articles, so I could focus on completing my internship successfully and taking care of some other pressing matters in life.

That said, my internship is now (successfully!) completed, and I've got some room to focus on giving you the content I've been promising for so long!

So what are we looking for, sir?

Glad you... or I? somebody... asked!

I've been working on a LONG post about conditionally applying styles via the use of @supports in CSS. Initially, I was going to release this post in one go, but as time dragged on and the post grew, I've come to realize that it would be better to split this post up into a series. And that's exactly what I'll be doing.

Part of the reason I've decided to do this is because CSS has been gaining new features by the bunch in recent years/months... weeks, even. There are a lot of opportunities for turning these new features into amazing functions within our websites and projects.

For instance, we can now use :has(), cascade layers, accent colors, and so much more!!!

I'll be playing with these new toys (and some old toys) and bringing you more #CSSFunstuff to play with! It's gonna be a fun ride!

If you haven't yet, feel free to follow me (wink wink, nudge nudge), but also let me know what new features in CSS you're excited about, so we can talk about them! I'm happy to dive in!

Until next post...

I'll be seeing you around! Please send me cool DEV articles in the comments or on my Mastodon profile (I'm pretty much done with... that other place). I'd like to see what everyone's been working on and learn some new tricks myself!

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