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Allows some punctuation characters from start (or the end) of text elements to be placed "outside" of the box in order to preserve the reading flow.
@font-face descriptor (currently defined as font-display) that allows control over how a downloadable font renders before it is fully loaded.
Selectors Level 4 allows the :not() pseudo-class to accept a list of selectors, which the element must not match any of. Selectors Level 3 only allowed :not() to accept a single simple selector. Thus, :not(a):not(.b):not([c]) can instead be written as :not(a, .b, [c])
CSS property to control the behavior when the scroll position of a scroll container reaches the edge of the scrollport.
An explicit, non-whitespace spelling of the descendant combinator. A >> B is equivalent to A B.
The :focus-visible pseudo-class applies while an element matches the :focus pseudo-class, and the UA determines via heuristics that the focus should be specially indicated on the element (typically via a “focus ring”).
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 ::marker pseudo-element allows list item markers to be styled or have their content value customized.
Method of defining a context menu item, now deprecated and removed from the HTML specification.
Facilitates user access to a device's media capture mechanism, such as a camera, or microphone, from within a file upload control.
This function filters a CSS input image with a set of filter functions (like blur, grayscale or hue)
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