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Building a split-button component

A foundational overview of how to build an accessible split-button component.

CSS accent-color

Bring your brand color to built-in HTML form inputs with one line of code.

2021 Scroll Survey Report

Get the 2021 Scroll Survey Report plus words from the Chrome team about how this impacts priorities and plans for Chromium and the web.

Building a breadcrumbs component

A foundational overview of how to build a responsive and accessible breadcrumbs component for users to navigate your site.

The performance effects of too much lazy-loading

Eagerly loading images within the initial viewport—while liberally lazy-loading the rest—can improve Web Vitals while loading fewer bytes.

The new responsive: Web design in a component-driven world

User-preference based media features, container queries, and media queries for new screen types will enable us to usher in a new era of web design.

New CSS functional pseudo-class selectors :is() and :where()

These seemingly small additions to CSS selector syntax are going to have a big impact.

Best practices for fonts

Learn about how to optimize web fonts for Core Web Vitals.

CSS for Web Vitals

This article covers CSS-related techniques for optimizing Web Vitals.

Learn CSS

An evergreen CSS course and reference to level up your web styling expertise.

Best practices for cookie notices

Learn about how cookie notices affect performance, performance measurement, and UX.

Compat2021: Eliminating five top compatibility pain points on the web

Google is working to fix the top five browser compatibility pain points for web developers.

Building a Tabs component

A foundational overview of how to build a tabs component similar to those found in iOS and Android apps.

Centering in CSS

Follow 5 centering techniques as they go through a series of tests to see which one is the most resilient to change.

Logical layout enhancements with flow-relative shorthands

New logical property shorthands and new inset properties for Chromium.

min(), max(), and clamp(): three logical CSS functions to use today

Min, max, and clamp provide some powerful CSS capabilities that enable more responsive styling with fewer liens of code.

How to use CSS clipping

Using clipping in CSS can help us move away from everything in our designs looking like a box.

How to use CSS masking

CSS masking gives you the option of using an image as a mask layer.

Custom bullets with CSS ::marker

It is now trivial to customize the color, size or type of number or bullet when using a <ul> or <ol>.

content-visibility: the new CSS property that boosts your rendering performance

The CSS content-visibility property enables web content rendering performance benefits by skipping rendering of off-screen content.