In this issue: overflow issues in CSS, container queries, CSS generators, and more.
CSS is a Strongly Typed Language
Eric Bailey explains how CSS is strongly typed language, lists all possible types of values, and offers some proof.
Overflow Issues In CSS
Ahmad Shadeed explores the causes of overflow issues and how to solve them using DevTools and other methods.
Say Hello To CSS Container Queries
Ahmad Shadeed explains why we need container queries, how they could make our life easier, and how to achieve more powerful components and layouts.
Prevent overflow with overflow: clip
Pete LePage announces Chrome 90 supports a new overflow property 'clip' that prevents any scrolling for the box, including programmatic scrolling.
The best approach to lazy load images for maximum performance
Adrian Bece explains how to use image lazy loading in browsers that do and don't support the native lazy load.
Quick Tips for High Contrast Mode
Sarah Higley covers some surprising behavior of Windows High Contrast mode.
Marko Denic shares a collection of the best CSS generators that could help you avoid time-consuming tasks.
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