Have you ever tried implementing a scrollable element where new content is being added and you want to pin the user to the bottom? It’s not trival to do correctly.
I recently worked on a new CSS feature called ‘scroll anchoring’ that shipped in Firefox 66 (for an introduction, check out my post on Mozilla Hacks or the summary on MDN).
It’s a neat trick, so I thought I’d post the snippet here and explain how it works.
I wrote an article about the work on scroll anchoring that I did for Firefox 66.
Check it out!
I’ve been intending to write some new content on my blog, so I thought I should also update the site while I’m at it.
The first and most important change is
https support. I’ve been a bit lazy here, but I finally decided to just do it.
This site is hosted on AWS as a static website. I followed this nice guide which describes how to use Cloudfront as a CDN for S3 to get
There’s been a lot of discussion this past week around Microsoft’s decision to abandon EdgeHTML and its implication on the future of the Web.
If you’ve missed this news, take a look at this post by Microsoft and this response by Mozilla.