What I’m referring to is some particular updates with CSS that have added a few functions that you might not have been aware of but will certainly come in handy in the future.
You might have been able to do this before in a code editor but with a new update, you’re now able to control the size of a tab indent from the actual webpage.
Some fonts will already allow you to change the letter spacing a bit but with font-stretch you’re able to capitalize on this feature when you want.
Not all languages are written the same way. By this I mean that not every language is written to be read top to bottom, left to right. There is actually quite a few countries with variations in the way their languages are read. Luckily, you can change the direction in which things are written to help those that are used to different directions with writing mode.
Ever wanted to the option to move an image around to make it look better but get hit with a wall? Then you have to bring it up in Photoshop just to change the orientation or fear that something might get distorted? Now there’s a way to fix it without having to use another program. Just a quick bit of CSS will help you take care of that.
This a great option for when your image gets resized or you need to resize it for design reasons. If you’re a designer, unfortunately you’ll run into this problem somewhat often. It’s not as if it happens all the time but by applying this you’re able to change the quality depending on the size.
Do you ever have a long piece of content that just looks off? It’s really long but just looks like its too much sitting directly in the middle of the page or stretched out completely from one side of the page to the other? Luckily, there’s a solution for that now. By applying the columns prompt in your CSS, you can divide out the content equally and with some extra styling you can make it mesh in with the rest of the page with no problem at all.