What’s new in USWDS 2.9.0
We have three new components in this release. Learn more about each of them on our website:
- Identifier: The identifier communicates a site's parent agency and displays agency links required by federal laws and policies.
- Step indicator: A step indicator updates users on their progress through a multi-step process.
- Time picker: A time picker helps users select a specific time.
Improvements and bug fixes
Added flex-align-self utilities. Now you can apply the
align-self property to an element using flex-align-self utilities. The align-self rule is conceptually similar to flex-align, except
align-self applies at the flex child level instead of the flex parent level. Thanks @taylorsolomon! (#3588)
- flex-align-self-start: align element at the start of the parent's cross axis
- flex-align-self-middle: align element in the middle of the parent's cross axis
- flex-align-self-end: align element at the end of the parent's cross axis
- flex-align-self-stretch: stretch across the full extent of the parent's cross axis
Added an accent-warm button variant. Now you can use
accent-warm buttons with
Generating SHA-256 hashes for our ZIP releases. We're now generating a SHA-256 hash with the ZIP download and documenting this hash in our repo and on our website. Anyone can now check the integrity of a release ZIP file by generating a hash for their local file and comparing it to the hash we post in the github repo and on our site. (#3577)
Improved styling of lists inside alerts. We improved the styling of simple and complex lists inside alerts. (#3507)
More consistent styling of legend element. We improved the styling of the usa-legend element to better match other labels in a form, and improved the spacing between legends and both radio buttons and checkboxes. We added a
usa-label--large variant to mimic the older, less consistent styling for backward compatibility. (#3465)
Dependencies and security
0 vulnerabilities in regular dependencies (dependencies for USWDS projects installed with
npm install uswds)
3 low, 2 high vulnerabilities in devDependencies (development dependencies)
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