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  1. Recreating an image in CSS with flexbox

    Hello everyone,,,
    I'm trying to recreate the "What I want" image's navigation using CSS. What I have thus far is a DIV flexbox containing the top row (the dropdown menu), then another DIV containing six more DIVs for the navigation buttons. Right now there's no fancy gradient or extra striping or anything, but I was able to get a triangle-like shape for the right side (see the "What I got" image), but...

    The triangle doesn't show up on the left
    https://xvideos.onl/ https://xnxx.onl/ https://chaturbate.onl/
    I don't get the same "striping" effect as I have on the right; it shows up in…

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  3. Create an updated CSS Regions capability

    Modern web layout and design is getting closer to print media. Using the spirt of CSS Regions, be able to set up the capability of flowing into empty grid track cells and utilize generation of grid tracks.

    108 votes
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  4. Fixed header on tables with scrolling tbody

    Please support existing Chrome functionality that supports scrolling tbody and fixed header in responsive tables! Many posts on Stack Overflow trying to achieve this cross-browser capability, already available in Chrome.

    10 votes
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  5. CSS property "list-style: none" is ignored in MS Edge

    even when `list-style` is set to `none` for lists MS Edge stil rendering the list bullets. Looks like `list-style: none` is completely ignored by MS Edge

    6 votes
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  6. Isolation

    Used to declaratively create a new stacking context.

    https://drafts.fxtf.org/compositing-1/#isolation

    15 votes
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  7. 10 votes
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  8. 42 votes
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  9. unsupported pseudo class renders CSS useless

    unsupported pseudo class renders CSS useless
    When MS Edge does not support a pseudo class (e.g. :focus-within), it ignores other grouped selectors such as:

    #menu:focus-within, /* remove this to make it work in Edge */
    button[aria-expanded="true"] ~ #menu {
    -webkit-transform: translateX(0);
    transform: translateX(0);
    }

    Is this the correct behavior?

    Please see this demonstration:
    https://codepen.io/anon/pen/QxOorG

    4 votes
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  10. 28 votes
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  11. Eyedropper

    Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome have a native eyedropper to capture screen colors just by "clicking on them." The result can be chosen as "RGB", "RGBA" or a simple color code. I have not found any similar solution for Edge even in extensions and I really need this feature.

    3 votes
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  12. break-word

    Support `word-break: break-word` please.

    125 votes
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  13. 45 votes
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  14. Ftp

    Idea you have my utmost diversion.

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  15. Support paint-order for HTML text

    Firefox Nightly now supports paint-order for HTML text:
    https://twitter.com/TobiReif/status/966711161390497792

    14 votes
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  16. mak a 3d printer thet cen mak food for me an my famili

    we dont hav mani food in our villeg,so we ned a food supplie

    7 votes
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  17. 80 votes
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  18. Bring `gap` property to flexbox

    As outlined in the linked issue, having the ability to use grid-gap on flexbox (which is soon to be renamed just "gap" by the CSS Working Group because "grid-gap" doesn't make sense when used on flexbox) solves a major pain point that developers are facing.

    See the issue for more details:
    https://github.com/w3c/csswg-drafts/issues/592

    270 votes
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  19. Implement "stroke-align:outset" - single and multiple outside strokes for text

    We need outside strokes for text, because the current centered strokes are not pretty - the intrude the font fill.

    An image illustrating how centered strokes aren't pretty / don't do what typically is intended (leaving the fill of the font unaffected):
    https://twitter.com/TobiReif/status/942805851017969664

    I hope you will implement stroke-align:outset.

    11 votes
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  20. Implement the infinite value of the resolution media feature

    When you're rendering to PDF, this is a vector format, so there's not actual limit on the resolution. The resolution media feature has been extended in media queries 4 to be able to express that.

    https://drafts.csswg.org/mediaqueries-4/#valdef-media-resolution-infinite

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