Responsive Font Size (RFS) is a Sass mixin that automatically calculates and updates the font-size property on elements based on the dimensions of the browser viewport. RFS makes writing code for fluid type feel a lot like writing native CSS directly in the stylesheets you’re already working in — only without having to wrangle and manage a bunch of media queries.
Like many people my age, my first exposure to the concepts of ‘accessibility’ and ‘ableism’ was through Tumblr. In sharp contrast to the web accessibility community, where we often focus on technical details, meeting clear criterion and legal compliance, Tumblr’s disability community focused on more human facets of accessibility by practicing accessibility in a variety of creative ways. As developers, we need to learn from our mistakes by finding out where our users compensate for our deficiencies, and learn from how disabled communities support themselves.
Two years have passed since Grid Layout launched across all major browsers. However, as it was landing and becoming available for us to use in production, work on the spec continued. Due to this work, Level 2 of the Grid Specification contains the most wanted feature as people come to grips with the spec — subgrid.