The clamp() function takes three calculations—a minimum value, a central value, and a maximum value. 11.2. Comparison Functions: min(), max(), and clamp()
Min, max, and clamp provide some powerful CSS capabilities that enable more responsive styling with fewer liens of code. This post goes over how to control element sizing, maintain proper spacing, and implement fluid typography using these well-supported CSS math functions.
CSS Comparison Functions (min(), max(), clamp()) become supported in Firefox on 8 April 2020, which means that they are now supported in all major browsers. ...
There is a problem I have wrestled with a couple of times, which was frustrating to solve... but can now be easily solved using clamp, which is currently in an Editors Draft of the CSS Values and Units Module Level 4 specification. It is sat alongside similar mathmatical CSS
The clamp() CSS function clamps a value between an upper and lower bound. clamp() enables selecting a middle value within a range of values between a defined minimum and maximum. It takes three parameters: a minimum value, a preferred value, and a maximum allowed value. The clamp() function can be u…
/* Force the font-size to stay between 12px and 100px */
font-size: clamp(12px, 10 * (1vw + 1vh) / 2, 100px);