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  1. Good article. I recommend moving the browser support note to the very top. Most developers see articles like this and assume that it’s experimental and only works in one browser. I was pleasantly surprised to see that this works in virtually everything running today.

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  2. Great extension to Heydon’s technique, well done!

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  3. Hello,

    This article is good for me as a learning purpose . related to Using CSS Mod Queries with Range Selectors. so thanx for the sharing this artilce..

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  4. It is all about how smartly we code a project. There are 2-3 alternatives that can be used, however the secret of success remains in the logic that we apply.

    Thanks for giving us the logic that we can use to develop a lovely looking list on Applications.

    It would be interesting to know how can we make this responsive for mobile applications.

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  5. This is fantastic. I built a realllly wonky tool to do something similar with quantity queries that you can see at https://blog.2wav.com/directed-responsive-flex-layouts/ . I’ll be replacing that technique with yours! Thanks a ton.

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  6. Love this. Incredibly helpful to visualize the uses of this selector. I’ve known it’s there, but I’ve generally avoided it partly because I perceived it to be unsupported, but mostly because it makes me think.

    Re the range selector—now that I don’t even think I’d picked up on at all. This is something I’ll probably put to use right away. Thank you!

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