tab-size property takes an integer value representing the number of spaces a tab represents:
/* 4 spaces per tab */
/* No indentation */
As you can see, you could even remove indentation all together. Not recommended but possible.
I love this property as it's especially useful for code-heavy blogs, though it doesn't have much use outside of that.
I work with an awesome cast of developers at Mozilla, and one of them in Daniel Buchner. Daniel's shared with me an awesome strategy for detecting when nodes have been injected into a parent node without using the deprecated DOM Events API.
I love almost every part of being a tech blogger: learning, preaching, bantering, researching. The one part about blogging that I absolutely loathe: dealing with SPAM comments. For the past two years, my blog has registered 8,000+ SPAM comments per day. PER DAY. Bloating my database...
The goal of CSS is to allow styling of content and structure within a web page. We all know that, right? As CSS revisions arrive, we're provided more opportunity to control. One of the little known styling option available within the browser is text selection styling.