CSS Day 2016 was a two-day advanced web development conference, one day about CSS, and one day about HTML.
We'll be back on 15 and 16 June 2017 at the same venue with CSS Day and an extra day about another, yet to be determined, topic. Subscribe to our newsletter if you want to stay in the loop.
Below you find more information about the 2016 edition.
- Peter-Paul Koch: <layer>
- Lea Verou: <html>
- Monica Dinculescu: <input>
- Yoav Weiss: <link>
- Niels Leenheer: <noscript>
- Jeremy Keith: <a>
- Simon Pieters: <source>
- Peter van der Zee: <iframe>
Thursday 16th of June - eight speakers - eight HTML tags
The new HTML Special, on Thursday 16th of June, treats a few advanced HTML5 topics such as iframes, links, and SVG. Don't expect basic sessions, by the way; we kind-of assume that our attendees already know how HTML works, and that they prefer to hear about edge cases, odd circumstances, and advanced tips and tricks.
HTML Special will be hosted by Ruben Bos.
- Mark Robbins: "CSS and e-mail";
- Harry Roberts: "CSS and software engineering";
- Chris Lilley: "CSS4 color";
- Léonie Watson: "accessibility";
- Vasilis van Gemert: "mediaqueryless responsiveness";
- Una Kravets: "blend modes";
- Amelia Bellamy-Royds: "CSS and SVG";
- Greg Whitworth: "layout";
Friday 17th of June - eight speakers - eight CSS topics
The actual CSS Day, on Friday 17th of June, is in its fourth year now. Frequent visitors know the score: geeky nerding about CSS topics you were only vaguely aware of, but end up wanting to use in your projects right now.
CSS Day will be hosted by Stephen Hay.