Ahmad Shadeed is a UX designer and front-end developer from Palestine. He enjoys working on challenging design and front-end development projects. He wrote a book on debugging CSS, writes extensively on CSS, Accessibility, RTL (right to left) text styling, and defensivecss.dev.
CSS has developed so much over the past few years. We have Flexbox, grid, and container queries (soon). Having said that, CSS allows you to build any layout you want. Unfortunately, we still don't care too much about preventing CSS issues upfront.
Ahmad will discuss defensive CSS, a term he coined to describe CSS that is future-proof and defensive. As a result, we can prevent or at least reduce layout issues. Moreover, designers can use the defensive concept to design components that account for some edge cases.
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