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Method of using HTML5 Canvas as a background image. Not currently part of any specification.
Allows programmatic generation of images used by CSS
The newest versions of :nth-child() and :nth-last-child() accept an optional of S clause which filters the children to only those which match the selector list S. For example, :nth-child(1 of .foo) selects the first child among the children that have the foo class (ignoring any non-foo children which precede that child). Similar to :nth-of-type, but for arbitrary selectors instead of only type selectors.
CSS media query based on a user preference for preferring reduced motion (animation, etc).
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])
Method of flowing content into multiple elements.
Method for data binding, a now-withdrawn ECMAScript 7 proposal
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.
Method of using fonts defined as SVG shapes. Removed from SVG 2.0 and considered as a deprecated feature with support being removed from browsers.
CSS property to control the behavior when the scroll position of a scroll container reaches the edge of the scrollport.
A standard way to override the size of viewport in web page using the @viewport rule, standardizing and replacing Apple's own popular viewport implementation.
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