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Tyler Childs No, I think I think that's huge. Now you have a fallback experience that you can control a lot easier. Exactly. Yeah. I agree, I think because before you just have to, like, do this, like weird, you know that the browser is going to ignore CSS declarations that it doesn't understand. But it's so much more confusing to look at that versus like all of your support logic is encapsulated separately. That's really cool. One thing I did see, which honestly is not going to affect me in any way, there's now proper, like email styling, they're actually adding more for emails and getting trying to get more from the spec to the email clients to be supporting this more. I haven't worked in doing email templates in forever. But I always hated it so much like you're basically going back to tables, just to be able to support some of these old clients. And a lot of the CSS was not supported. You do that on a website. But no, we cannot do that on the email client. So I thought that was cool. Just to even see this old old technology starting to get some life. Breathe into it. Nice. Yeah. So one of the other things that I'm excited about is Is the revert value that you can apply to a CSS property. And you can use that to basically scope a CSS selector or a rule set. We can choose Cheers. Cheers. So you can basically scope a rule set to basically remove all of the inherited and cascading values for that rule set. So you could use the all property with revert, and that would just clear out everything that would have been applied to it previously. And then you can just go start from scratch from there. Awesome. That's actually pretty powerful. I like that. So we've talked about some of the future stuff in CSS. How has it changed since you started writing UI code? Go back to your days, which honestly, I had mentioned tables for email. I started out writing HTML when tables were a thing divs were not so it has changed drastically. But I'm interested to hear all of you