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Wes Bos

Wes Bos

XL5G3 Full Stack JavaScript Developer. Creator of really good web development courses. BBQ enthusiast.

Scott Tolinski

Scott Tolinski

Web Developer, NX2V1, Creator of Level Up Tuts, Bboy, Robotops Crew and Youtuber

Playing: 509: Use Next-gen CSS Today (Post CSS Configs)

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Sep 12th, 2022

Use Next-gen CSS Today (Post CSS Configs)

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In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about next generation CSS that you can use today with PostCSS including importing, nesting, variables, media query ranges, custom media queries, and more.

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Show Notes

"postcss-import"

@import './elements/headings.css';
"postcss-media-minmax"

@media screen and (width >= 500px) and (width <= 1200px)
"postcss-custom-media"

@custom-media --below_small (width < env(--small_bp));

@media (--above_small) {}
"postcss-env-function"

env(--small_bp)
  • 20:12 Color Function and Color Function Notation
/* color-function */
p {
  color: color(display-p3 1 0.5 0);
  color: color(display-p3 1 0.5 0 / .5);
}

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