Optimize CSS with the :is() Pseudo-Class Selector

When styling aspects of your website, it’s not unusual to need to target numerous similar items at once. Your code can get lengthy, repetitive and complex. Fortunately, the :is() pseudo-class selector introduced in the Selectors Level 4 specification can help simplify it. Using the :is() Selector Example 1 A common scenario where you can use…

How to Define Functions in JavaScript

JavaScript is a programming language that the vast majority of websites use to perform client-side tasks. It is utilized in combination with HTML and CSS to create the layouts and functionality that we see on sites every day. A fundamental aspect of the functionality of JavaScript is defining functions, so let’s go over a few…

Why Your Online Business Needs an Accessibility Statement

Last month the Department of Justice published its official stance on web accessibility, what it means and how it relates to state and local governments, as well as any businesses working with the public. The guidelines separate government-related entities under Title II and public businesses under Title III. The purpose of the guidelines is to…