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- Oct 7, 2019
Just came across this article with imaginary CSS:
What CSS could I be writing tomorrow that might seem far-fetched today?
And was reminded how much fun I had coming up with imaginary CSS to solve issues I had: random css thought | Kilian Valkhof (or actually implementing is using PostCSS: postcss-hocus)
So, If you could get any CSS implemented in browsers with the snap of your fingers, what would you add? Container queries, Easing gradients? Masonry layout?