Just what the post title says. It's a round up of web development links about Yaml, automated WCAG testing, and the :has() selector.
- The yaml document from hell
- For a while, YAML was the only configuration file format in town. But, as Ruud van Asseldonk argues, YAML is actually kind of terrible.
- Comparing Manual and Free Automated WCAG Reviews
- Adrian Roselli reminds us that automated accessibility testing can catch obvious misakes, but many of the rules outlined in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines require manual testing and review.
- More Real-World Uses for
:has()may be the most useful CSS selector introduced in years. This post rounds up some of the best ways to use it. Note that Firefox doesn't yet support
:has(). You may want to hold off on using it until then, or use
@supports selector()to check for support. A tip: use
@supports selector(:has(+ *))
- Level Up Your CSS Skills With The
- It seems that
:has()was a hot topic last week. Stephanie Eckles walks us through some more examples of how to use it.