HTML/CSS

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HTML is the abbreviation for Hyper Text Mark-up Language.HTML5 is a revised version of the World Wide Web Consortium’s original HTML standard, which was published in 1990 to define an Open Web Platform.HTML is a markup language that allows you to structure and deliver content on the web in a uniform way across all browsers.

CSS stands for ‘Cascading Style Sheets,’ and it is a design language for web pages that allows site designers to recommend how their documents should be designed. All graphical web browsers, regardless of hardware or operating system, interpret CSS.

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CSS sub grid

CSS Grid is a flexible layout module that allows developers to design complex layouts without resorting to confusing CSS hacks or utilising JavaScript. It's only available in Firefox 71 and up right now, but it'll soon be available in Chromium, the open-source web browser that serves as the backbone for major browsers like Chrome, Opera, Brave, and the new Microsoft Edge.

Flexbox gaps

For a long time, adding spaces between flex rows or flex columns in a flexbox layout has been a challenging task. The difficulty is that margins are also applied to the beginning and end of each flex row or column, therefore it's commonly remedied by adding margins to flex items.

The content-visibility property

The content-visibility property allows you to control how off-screen elements are rendered (and how visible they are).This component, which is part of the CSS Containment Module, can dramatically enhance the rendering performance of your page.

The intrinsic size contains attribute

The contain-intrinsic-size attribute specifies the explicit width and height of elements with size containment enabled, which ensures that an element's size is unaffected by its children's sizes. Setting an explicit width and/or height for these items prevents them from collapsing to zero in certain situations.

The pseudo-classes :is() and :where()

The Selectors Level 4 specification defines the :is() and :where() pseudo-classes, which can be used to eliminate repetition in lengthier CSS selector lists. They can be used to identify unique objects within repetitious selectors, reducing the number of selectors required to just one.

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