You Might Not Need JavaScript

A whole bunch of examples by Una Kravets of actually-functional things you might think of as needing JavaScript but can be done in HTML and CSS alone. You might of expect a bunch of “Checkbox Hack” stuff (and that’s in there), but it’s quite a wide range of techniques.

I like this style of microsite, in the vein of You Might Not Need jQuery (or plugins) or You Might Not Need Underscore.

When you see things like this all together, it does kinda make you think… wouldn’t it be nice to have some kind of arbitrary state management in CSS?

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