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CSS-Tricks Interview

Chris Coyier interviews Miriam when she joins the CSS-Tricks team as a Staff Writer. We talk about getting started in the industry, name confusion, founding OddBird, building Susy, and more.

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Now CSS is becoming an extensible language, with programmatic power. I’m excited to see how that plays out.

—Miriam

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on top of bright oklch color gradient
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    Sass Color Spaces (Request for Comments)

    A new proposal for color management in Sass

    There’s been a lot of exciting work in the CSS color specifications lately, and since the new features are already starting to land in browsers, we’ve been preparing to add support in Sass as well. My proposal for that is published and ready for public feedback!

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  2. fragment of an inverted triangle with the cascade --
cascade layers are highlighted below element-attached styles
and above specificity
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    A Complete Guide to CSS Cascade Layers

    Cascade layers are a new CSS feature that allows us to define explicit contained layers of specificity, so that we have full control over which styles take priority in a project without relying on specificity hacks or !important. This guide is intended to help you fully understand what cascade…

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  3. A whole CSS-art cabinet of single-div objects drawn by Lynn Fisher,
from a mirror and skull, to abacus, clock, viewfinder, plants,
snow globe, hot air balloon, and lightsaber.
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    Very Extremely Practical CSS Art

    CSS-Tricks asked a number of web builders the same question…

    What is one thing you learned about building websites this year?” I’ve always enjoyed the CSS art people create, but I’ve never ventured into it much myself. I’m familiar with many of the tricks involved, but still find it surprising every time: the way people are able to…

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