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The Future Generation of CSS Selectors: Level 4

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«Back in Janu­ary 2014 I wrote the art­icle The Cur­rent Gen­er­a­tion of CSS3 Select­ors. The goal of that art­icle was to intro­duce the new gen­er­a­tion of select­ors that often fell under the “CSS3” umbrella.»

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CSS you can get excited about in 2015CSS you can get excited about in 2015

CSS you can get excited about in 2015

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«CSS is a con­stantly evolving lan­guage, and as the new year begins it’s a great time to take a look at some of the emer­ging fea­tures that we can start to exper­i­ment with. In this art­icle I’ll take a look at some new­er mod­ules and indi­vidu­al CSS fea­tures that are gain­ing browser sup­port. »

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CSS4 – Selectors Level 4

CSS4 – Selectors Level 4

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«Pro­gress does not stand still, and, fol­low­ing the CSS3, the new CSS4 comes to us, which is devel­op­ing by the W3C edit­ing team. His­tor­ic­ally, the pro­cess of devel­op­ment of CSS is inde­pend­ent from the pro­cess of devel­op­ment of web-browsers – both are developed in par­al­lel. »

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A Look Into: CSS4 Image SetA Look Into: CSS4 Image Set

A Look Into: CSS4 Image Set

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«The emer­ging trend on HD screens for com­puter devices has changed the way we build web­sites, includ­ing how we add images. In the past, we can simply use back­ground-image and set the image URL. »

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Finer grained control of hyphenation with CSS4 Text

Finer grained control of hyphenation with CSS4 Text

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«CSS3 Text provides the abil­ity to apply hyphen­a­tion to text, via the hyphens prop­erty. While this is all well and good, it doesn’t provide the fine grain con­trol you may require to get pro­fes­sion­al res­ults. For this, let me intro­duce to you CSS4 Text. »

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CSS4 Today: Address Parent Elements Using cssParentSelector.js

CSS4 Today: Address Parent Elements Using cssParentSelector.js

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«CSS makes it easy to address child and sib­ling ele­ments. Par­ent ele­ments can­not be addressed by the use of CSS though, at least not today. CSS4 will intro­duce this pos­sib­il­ity, but do not hope to see any browser sup­port­ing that any time soon. »

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The Brand New CSS4 Selectors Specification

The Brand New CSS4 Selectors Specification

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«Yeah, the CSS4 spe­cific­a­tion is already in the early stages of being writ­ten (for select­ors, any­way). I must stress just how work in pro­gress this is, in the sense that some of this stuff might not make the final cut, while more stuff may be added. »

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