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@font-face descriptor (currently defined as font-display) that allows control over how a downloadable font renders before it is fully loaded.
Method of letting the browser pick the most appropriate CSS background image from a given set, primarily for high PPI screens.
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 defining a conical or repeating conical color gradient as a CSS image.
Exclusions defines how inline content flows around elements. It extends the content wrapping ability of floats to any block-level element.
A CSS keyword value that resets a property's value to the default specified by the browser in its UA stylesheet, as if the webpage had not included any CSS. For example, display:revert on a
Method of using small symbols next to each glyph to emphasize a run of text, commonly used in East Asian languages. The text-emphasis shorthand, and its text-emphasis-style and text-emphasis-color longhands, can be used to apply marks to the text. The text-emphasis-position property, which inherits separately, allows setting the emphasis marks' position with respect to the text.
While attr() is supported for effectively all browsers for the content property, CSS Values and Units Level 3 adds the ability to use attr() onany CSS property, and to use it for non-string values (e.g. numbers, colors).
CSS media query based on a user preference for preferring reduced motion (animation, etc).
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.
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