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Could there be a <flex> tag?

This question is wildly in need of focus, but most of the questions have an easy answer. Who is in charge of this? The W3C. Is there a place to submit proposals? Yes. See the link above. The first ...
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Hierachy and API design for a CSS-selector-related Python library

Because Python has very different syntax and semantics from CSS selectors, I think these problems will only get worse. You'll end up with something that doesn't look like CSS does and something that ...
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Could there be a <flex> tag?

Just add this to your stylesheet: flex { display: flex; } And now you have a <flex> element you can use as you want. There is the tiny risk that HTML in the future might introduce an element ...
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Using JS and CSS parent selector to replace media queries: is it a good practice?

I do think you have something very valuable in your hands. The idea to have CSS to handle state having as base HTML properties is very useful, and if combined with accessibility, it can help you both ...
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Hierachy and API design for a CSS-selector-related Python library

You want to represent CSS concepts using valid python syntax which "looks like" the CSS source text. Simplest approach would be stick with straight CSS source text, which we can roundtrip ...
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