Today is a bit of a story about how sometimes it can take a really long time to realize that you’ve actually had a really good idea. Or, well, that’s the case for me, at least. You see, I recently have become so excited about how we can use a CSS feature that I’m changing my approach to creating the core structure for websites going forward. The sort of final version of this idea I’m talking about is something that I posted about this week on my main channel, but in reality, it’s something I figured out over five years ago, and I just never realized how great it was at the time. Or rather, I realized I was onto something, and then, for reasons we’ll get to later, I stopped bothering with it and eventually totally forgot about it.
Other awesome stuff around the web:
- CSS Wrapped: 2023 on the Chrome for Developers blog
- A few ways CSS is easier to write in 2023 by Geoff Graham
What I’ve been up to this week (and other links of mine that I mentioned):