The Expanding Gamut of Color on the Web

May 27th, 2020

CSS was introduced to the web all the way back in 1996. At the time, most computer monitors were pretty terrible. The colors of CSS — whether defined with the RGB, HSL, or hexadecimal format — catered to the monitors of the time, all within the sRGB colorspace. Most newer devices have a wide-gamut display….

Styling in the Shadow DOM With CSS Shadow Parts 

April 13th, 2020

Safari 13.1 just shipped support for CSS Shadow Parts. That means the ::part() selector is now supported in Chrome, Edge, Opera, Safari, and Firefox. We’ll see why it’s useful, but first a recap on shadow DOM encapsulation… The benefits of shadow DOM encapsulation I work at giffgaff where we have a wide variety of CSS…