The length of an array is often misunderstood as the tally of the number of items we’ve added to the array, when it’s not! It’s got something to do with the indices, actually.
Browsers can automatically add quotations in pages for the HTML q element. The default quotes are the double quotations at the top of the text. This, however, is changeable.
I’ve seen CSS vertical-align used only in table cells before, also, in the centering technique where an element with a display:table parent gets display:table-cell and vertical-align:middle to center its contents, vertically. But who knew, this property is even more useful in a place that’s not a table cell…
You’re probably already familiar with the visibility CSS property. We use it to hide or show something on the page by toggling its value between visible and hidden. But there’s a third value you might not have noticed yet.