HTML lists are boring. They don’t do much, so we don’t really think about them despite how widely used they are. And we’re still able to do the same things we’ve always done to customize them, like removing markers, reversing …
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Weekly Platform News: CSS ::marker pseudo-element, pre-rendering web components, adding Webmention to your site
In this week's roundup: datepickers are giving keyboard users headaches, a new web component compiler that helps fight FOUC, we finally get our hands on styling list item markers, and four steps to getting webmentions on your site.
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How about a classic CSS trick! Getting custom styling on lists isn’t even so tricky anymore, since CSS counters have introduced
counter-reset, and that is perfect for this. I just wanted to make sure you knew how …