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Collective #771

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Future CSS: State Container Queries

Ahmad Shadeed writes about the introduction of state queries in CSS, specifically focusing on the ability to query elements based on their sticky state, wrap state, empty state, and document direction.

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Position-Driven Styles

After solving the fit-to-width text, stuck state for sticky elements, and scroll shadows, Roman Komarov finds lot more challenges to solve with scroll-driven animations.

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Style your RSS feed

Learn how to make your RSS feed look nice using XSL and provide useful information at the same time in this article by Darek Kay.

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A digital archive of graphic design related items that are available on the Internet Archives compiled and curated by Valery Marier.

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Due to the ongoing protest against Reddit's new API terms, many subreddits are either private or restricted. sub.rehab lists instances of the Reddit communities on alternative platforms.

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Text, image & audio models, all in one place. Build AI-powered apps with text, image, and audio models like OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Google’s PaLM, Stable Diffusion and many more.

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Answer Overflow

Answer Overflow is an open source project designed to bring discord channels to your favorite search engine, enabling users to easily find the info they need, fast.

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Try lets you run a command and inspect its effects before modifying your live system.

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