Seven things still missing from CSS

The first passionate cry for CSS hearkens back to 1994. That’s the same year the W3C formed, which is almost two decades ago! How on earth did a technology we’ve come to rely on as one does family; love to the point of tears; extend to the point of breaking; end up hating and ultimately waging full-out web war for missing critical pieces along the way?

In order to uncover what mischief these flaws in CSS have caused, I went on a mission that revealed what many working web folk find particularly shameful about CSS in its current state. So, whether a result of action or inaction on the part of the W3C, browser and tool implementations, or our own misconduct, here are seven scandalous sagas from the world of CSS.

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