On October 23rd I got shadowbanned on Twitter, followed by a permanent suspension on October 25th. As someone who was very active on Twitter, I was surprised, shocked, and sad that this happened. Especially because I didn’t know why it happened.
You already know that the :has() pseudo-class allows you to check whether a parent element contains certain children, but you can also make this selector more specific, or check other relations the element might have.
When I wrote about the scrollbar-gutter property, my first thought was “omg! I'll put this in my reset stylesheet and use it on the <body> by default”. I wanted to do that in order to prevent the page from “jumping” when switching from a long to a short page, a page with overflow to one without.
The scrollbar-gutter property allows you decide whether content within an element fills the total available space or if it stops at the scrollbar gutter. The scrollbar gutter is the space between the inner border edge and the outer padding edge of an element used by the scrollbar.