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Monthly Archives: May, 2014

BBQ, Beer & Web Platform Docs FTW

It is already quite a tradition for us at Adobe to host Doc Sprints. But pushing forward a central go-to place to document web technologies—built by and to be used freely by everybody—seems not to be enough. Maybe we should also run these events because of the fun stuff that happens around the 1... Continue reading →

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CSS Regions no longer available in Chrome 35

The latest stable version of Chrome (v. 35), released last week, removed support for CSS Regions. To accurately reflect this change, we updated the list of supported browsers and published a new set of results in the browser support matrix. For those of you who love the powerful responsive designs made possible by CSS Regions, you can... Continue reading →

background-blend-mode now available on Chrome

The Adobe web platform team has been working on the CSS Blending specification. On February 20, the spec progressed to the “release candidate” stage which signals that it is ready for implementation. At the same time, we’ve been implementing the CSS properties in Chrome, Firefox and WebKit. The first CSS property of this specification to... Continue reading →

Start making (great) infographics

Sarah Hunt shares 3 ways to design an infographic that stands out from the crowd. With the growth of data-driven news sites, infographics are becoming easier to create. That doesn’t necessarily translate into good design. We won’t shame anyone here, because everyone has the right to experiment. But just do a web search for “worst... Continue reading →

CSS Shapes Polyfill

The CSS Shapes feature is coming soon to a browser near you. The specification has reached Candidate Recommendation and implementations are maturing in the experimental builds of WebKit and Blink. In addition to brushing up on CSS Shapes over at A List Apart or here on the Adobe Web Platform Blog, you may also want... Continue reading →

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CSS Shapes feature testing is available in Modernizr production builds!

Modernizr is a JavaScript library that detects HTML and CSS features in the user’s browser. I have developed feature-testing support in Modernizr for CSS Shapes. I am writing this post to proudly announce that support for CSS Shapes is now available in Modernizr 2.8.1 production builds. It will also be included in future Modernizr releases. Why... Continue reading →