Theme editor

Pick a colour scheme
HomeDigital gardenCSS wishlist 2023

CSS wishlist 2023

Budding GardenCSS

I know I’m late, but hey why not!

Things that don’t exist yet

Just to be clear, when I say “don’t exist yet” I mean that these are things that the CSSWG aren’t working on yet, as far as I know.

Things that the CSSWG are already aware of/working on

Not really CSS

Prior art

From A to Z:

Chris Coyier’s Things CSS Could Still Use Heading Into 2023 (unfurl not working with this post for some reason 🤔).

Dave RupertCSS Wishlist 2023

2022 was a massive year for CSS. We got CSS Layers, more subgrid support, the impossible :has() selector, and WE GOT CONTAINER QUERIES! 🎉 Thank you to everyone who worked on those. A lot of the success for CSS this past year was due to an incredible cross-browser effort called Interop 2022, a loos…

CSS Wish List 2023

In which I set out to write down a wish or two for CSS in 2023, and ended up with a list of sixt—no, wait, seventeen.

Jim NielsenMy 2023 CSS Wishlist

Writing about the big beautiful mess that is making things for the world wide web.

Manuel MatuzovićMy CSS wish list

I know I’m late to the party, but there are a few things on my CSS wish list I haven’t seen on others, so I thought I’d share.

MayankMy CSS Wishlist

Maybe a few weeks late to the party, but better late than never. Today I will talk about the things I wish CSS had. CSS has been getting so many awesome features lately, and some of the items on this list are already being worked on, while others sho…

My CSS Wishlist 2023 | Stephanie Eckles

There's a whole lot to love already about CSS in 2023, but here are just a couple more things I'd still find useful. Plus, a review of long-standing issues that actually have some support or are in-progress.