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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 233 — March 30, 2016
Philip Walton
Houdini is a new W3C task force with plans to introduce a new set of APIs that will give developers the power to extend CSS itself, and the tools to hook into the styling and layout process of a browser’s rendering engine.

Ire Aderinokun
The CSS Grid Layout Module is still in Editor’s Draft but is now nearing finalisation. Here’s a look at recreating the old ‘Holy Grail’ layout using it.

Davide Rizzo
“There is no single solution to make any traditional HTML ‘table’ appropriately responsive.” But this post looks at alternatives, like Flexbox, tabs, and accordions.

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Jon Davis
Significant new releases of Safari for OS X and iOS came out last week - this is a quick roundup of the new features, including ‘picture’ element support.

Georgie Luhur
Georgie Luhur looks at best practices for commenting HTML and CSS, and why well structured comments can make all the difference.

Cory Doctorow
“I’ve been lobbying the W3C [..] to take measures to protect security researchers (and the users they help) from their own bad decision to standardize DRM as part of HTML5.”

Rachel Andrew
A 26 minute talk explaining CSS Grid Layout, Flexbox and the Box Alignment module and how they work together as a new system for CSS Layout.


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