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Favourite CSS property? For me it's `gap`. Browser support not great though...

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    display
    particularly when set to flex or none
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    padding and letter-spacing because social distancing is important :P
    And because I'm a lonely motherfucker
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    Not Favourite but Scroll-Behaviour: smooth helped me avoid unnecessary JS
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    I love them all. The creator of css told me that he dislikes position: absolute but I love and enjoy it too
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    @uyouthe What I dislike is display: table. I don't understand how it works and can't find any sources that explain what's behind this property. It behaves very unpredictably.
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    @Marl3x I find those quirks beautiful. You can always avoid them but if you want to use them here you go
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    @uyouthe I thought you might know a place where it is documented, because it is pretty useful in certain situations.
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    @Marl3x pretty much anything from that times is layers upon layers of history of proprietary ie “standards” vs proprietary Netscape shit fight. Anything that’s more complex than display: none – forget about it. There is no fucking need to know how that works.

    Picture is one small page of three columns made in ms publisher 2003. 7 fucking megabytes or so, my fellow css experts from opera have no fucking clue about how that works
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