CSS4 media queries to tackle touch

An editor's draft of Media Queries Level 4, edited by Florian Rivoal, has been released. It explains that, because CSS already caters for media types, the new proposals are primarily aimed at enabling more precise targeting, making design responsive to input types.

One of the new proposed properties is 'pointer', which would take the values 'none', 'coarse' and 'fine', with 'coarse' and 'fine', respectively, representing "a pointing device of limited accuracy" (such as a finger on a touchscreen) and "an accurate pointing device" (such as a traditional desktop pointer, controlled by a mouse or trackpad).

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