Did CSS get more complicated since the late nineties?

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Hidde de Vries gathers some of the early thinking about CSS:
There is quite a bit of information on the web about how CSS was designed. Keeping it simple was a core principle. It continued to be — from the early days and the first implementations in the late nineties until current developments now.
The four main design principles listed are fascinating:

Authors can specify as much or little as they want
It is not a programming language by design
They are agnostic as to which medium they are used for
It is stream-based

So… did it?
I think lots has changed since the early nineties, but not really things that touch on how we apply CSS to structured markup.
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Posted on July 15, 2017 in Austin Web Designer, css, Design, drupal design,, Drupal Developer, drupal developer austin, Drupal Development, Drupal Development Austin, Drupal Support, Expert Drupal Development, programming, The, web, Web Design Services

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