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Revisiting :visited

Revisiting :visited

If you have a number of links on a page, sometimes you might want to indicate that some of them have been visited by a user, while others haven’t. That’s what we’d usually use :visited for.

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On Designing and Building Toggle Switches »

Yesterday I was working on creating the slides and accompanying demos for my upcoming Web Directions Code talk next week. One of the demos I’m creating is a basic proof of concept for a simple switch that is used to switch the theme of a UI from light to dark and vice versa. I liked, and was inspired, by the theme switch in the Medium app.

From Sara Soueidan.

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Responsive, accessible tables »

This approach is different from others you may have seen in that it uses a valid <table> (and child elements) and acknowledges that screen readers no longer consider <table>s to be tables when you start messing with their display properties.

From Adrian Roselli.

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Gutenberg Block Library »

It can be hard to find individual blocks, as many are part of larger collections that are hard to search within. To solve that problem we have created a block library that lists each block individually. Blocks in the library are easily searchable and tagged for convienience.

From Gutenberg Block Library.

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