Semantic menu context | CSS-Tricks

Semantic menu context | CSS-Tricks

Scott digs into the historical past of the <menu> component. He traced it way back to HTML 2 (!) in a 1994 changelog. The vibe then, it appears, was to mark up a listing. I might suspect the intention is very like <nav> is at the moment, however I actually don’t know. Brief story: HTML […]

enterkeyhint | CSS-Tricks

enterkeyhint | CSS-Tricks

I solely only in the near past realized the enterkeyhint attribute on type inputs was a factor! It looks as if sort of an enormous deal to me, as crafting HTML type markup is a good slice of a front-end developer’s life, and this attribute may (ought to?) be used on practically each enter. The […]

Can Include (a Certain HTML element within another Certain HTML Element)

Can Include (a Certain HTML element within another Certain HTML Element)

A single-serving web site from Alexander Vishnyakov for testing if it’s legitimate to place any explicit HTML aspect inside one other sort of HTML aspect. Kinda neat to have a fast reference for this. Some combos really feel pretty apparent: can you place a <video> inside an <enter>? Uh, no. Some are trickier: can you […]