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W3C CSS Working Group

Developing specifications for the CSS language

Miriam is an Invited Expert on the W3C CSS Working Group, helping to develop the next level of Cascading & Inheritance, in addition to other CSS standards. She’s also active in the CSS4 and Design Token Community Groups.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are the design language of the web – allowing authors and users to attach style (fonts, spacing, filter effects, style animations, and more) to structured documents and Web applications. By separating the presentation style from the content, CSS simplifies Web authoring and site maintenance.

Resources

  1. Talk resource type

    Live Q&A with Miriam

    Time to chat about CSS, Sass, and more

    • at Front-end Development, South Africa on
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  2. Talk resource type

    Container Queries & The Future of CSS

    Modernizing the cascade for responsive design systems

    • at Web Directions, Hover on
    • at Modern Web Conference on
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    Container Queries: a Quick Start Guide

    Now is the time to begin experimenting with a long requested layout tool.

    The @container query, that elusive feature developers have been requesting and proposing for years, has finally made its debut in a browser. Well, sort of. Here we’ll explain what container queries are, how they work, and what other features they might come with once fully supported in browsers.

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    W3C Invited Expert on the CSS Working Group

    Helping define the future of styles on the web

    I’ve joined the CSS Working Group as a W3C Invited Expert to help to develop the next level of Cascading & Inheritance, in addition to other CSS standards. I’m also currently active in the CSS4 and Design Token Community Groups.

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