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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 240 — May 18, 2016
Artem Tabalin
Artem Tabalin demonstrates how to make web components more accessible via ARIA attributes, keyboard support and validating their visual accessibility.

Emil Protalinski
Chrome will display the HTML5 experience if it’s available, but if Flash is required, the user will be asked whether Flash can be allowed to run or not, except on the top 10 sites which will be whitelisted (e.g. Twitch, YouTube).

Telerik Developer Network
Aurelio De Rosa explains how the command line API (as used in DevTools) allows you to quickly perform debugging tasks directly from the browser console.

Cloudinary  Sponsored
With Cloudinary, you can easily adapt any image characteristic at breakpoints to provide an optimal viewing experience on any device.


Oliver Zheng
A golden oldie that has resurfaced this week. Answer several questions and get back some CSS to center your content.

Estelle Weyl
Learn things you didn’t know about flexbox from developer, author, and speaker Estelle Weyl in her keynote from Forward Web Summit.

Roy Quilor
A site dedicated to ‘CSSitis’, when your site’s CSS grows out of control. It shows how much CSS many top sites use, tools to optimize your CSS, and case studies and articles on the topic.

Asha Laxmi
How to use two little known CSS3 properties that can help when creating responsive layouts: object-fit and object-position.

Ada Ivanoff
Though browsers are arguably more reliable than they’ve ever been, we still can’t forget about cross-browser testing tools. Ada has 7 options for you.

Houdini is a collection of APIs (being worked on by Mozilla, Apple, MS, Google and others) that expose the CSS engine’s internals to developers. It’s still early days but this is a good overview.


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