Over the summer, we’ve been working with Mozilla
to help create a new resource for web professionals like us –
with a mix of videos, articles,
demos, and open source tools.
Today, we’re excited to launch the video channel!
The project will include short videos, articles, demos, and tools that
teach web technologies and standards, browser tools, compatibility, and
more. No matter your experience level or job description, we’re all
working together towards the future health of the web, and Mozilla is
Today we’re launching a [new video channel], with a selection of shorts
to kick things off. There are two in our “about:web” series on web
technologies, and one in our “Firefox” series on browser tools for webprofessionals.
Get started with an intro to Dark Mode on the web, by Deja Hodge – and
check out her dark modedemo.
Jen Simmons shows us how to access a handy third-panel in the Firefox
Developer Tools, and toggle print previewmode.
Use that third pane to quickly access the Grid or Flexbox Inspectors,
the Font Editor, the Animations Tools, Tracked Changes, andmore.
If you’ve ever struggled to style lists with customized bullets and
numbers, Miriam Suzanne has a video all about the ::marker
pseudo-element and list counters. Watch the video, and go play with the
To celebrate the launch, we’ll be releasing new videos every day this
week! Check back to learn about several more Firefox tools like
Screenshots and the CSS Track Changes panel, and a reflection on what
makes CSS so weird. Over the next few months we’ll have new videos
weekly (subscribe to the channel!), along with more
articles, demos, and some exciting new open sourcetools.
A panel conversation with library and methodology authors and CSS aficionados about recent features added to CSS, developments in how to write more effective, maintainable CSS in small teams and at scale, and what libraries and trends to investigate.
CSS is evolving rapidly and new features come online all the time. Join Morten & Miriam to talk about what CSS layers and scope are all about and how they will change how we work with and think about the cascade in the future.
There are often tall walls between designers and developers, sometimes with only one significant handoff moment during a sprint. We discuss the role of the ‘design engineer’ and what it means for workflows, collab with their product team, and the end-user experience.