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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 246 — June 29, 2016
Zack Bloom
A enjoyable essay looking at technologies and approaches that were proposed for styling Web documents before CSS became the firm favorite.


Brandon Smith
“Few things are as annoying on the web as having the page layout unexpectedly change or shift while you’re trying to view or interact with it.”


Lynn Fisher
Detailed, elegant icons rendered with CSS upon just one div element. (You’ll want to open your browser's element inspector to dig into these.)


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Myles Maxfield
“Many fonts are large, causing a long delay until the browser can use them. WebKit has mitigated this.”


Baljeet Rathi
Baljeet Rathi explains the various CSS image replacement techniques available to web developers today and their pros and cons.


Zack Bloom
Mutation Observer is a feature, supported by all modern browsers, that let you detect when elements in a page are inserted, changed or removed.


Neil Jenkins
What is the Referer header and how can you control its presence (or lack thereof)? A handy resource for security-minded Web developers.


Bryan Elkus
A quick walkthrough of building your first animation with Velocity.js to animate a list. Includes a CodePen example.


Chris Brandrick
We’ve taken a look through all the stats from HTML5 Weekly published so far in 2016 and collected the most popular CSS links we shared.


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