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The Object.values() method returns an array of a given object's own enumerable property values.
Async function make it possible to treat functions returning Promise objects as if they were synchronous.
Icon used by browsers to identify a webpage or site. While all browsers support the .ico format, the SVG format can be preferable to more easily support higher resolutions or larger icons.
The seamless attribute makes an iframe's contents actually part of a page, and adopts the styles from its hosting page. The attribute has been removed from both the WHATWG and the W3C HTML5 specifications.
The element generates a block container box, and lays out its contents using flow layout. It always establishes a new block formatting context for its contents. It provides a better solution to the most use cases of the "clearfix" hack.
Method of defining the type, style and color of lines in the text-decoration property. These can be defined as shorthand (e.g. text-decoration: line-through dashed blue) or as single properties (e.g. text-decoration-color: blue)
Method of flowing content into multiple elements.
OpenType font settings that allows a single font file to behave like multiple fonts: it can contain all the allowed variations in width, weight, slant, optical size, or any other exposed axes of variation as defined by the font designer. Variations can be applied via the font-variation-settings property.
The :focus-within pseudo-class matches elements that either themselves match :focus or that have descendants which match :focus.
CSS technique that allows customizable scrolling experiences like pagination of carousels by setting defined snap points.
CSS media query based on a user preference for preferring reduced motion (animation, etc).
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