This is a hell of a series by Stephanie Eckles. It’s a real pleasure watching CSS evolve and solve problems in clear and elegant ways.

Just today I ran across this little jab at CSS in a StackOverflow answer from 2013.

This particular jab was about CSS lacking a way to pause between @keyframe animations, which is still not something CSS can do without hacks. Aside from hand-wavy and ignorable “CSS is bad” statements, I see a lot less of this. CSS is just getting better.

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