I enjoyed having the chance to complete this layout challenge from @frontendmentor@twitter.com bobmatyas.github.io/fm-fylo-la

RT @WPAccessibility@twitter.com

We're starting to get excited! Read about our first batch of speakers for the first WP Accessibility Day: wpaccessibilityday.org/announc

🐦🔗: twitter.com/WPAccessibility/st

A good reminder to write CSS defensively and to do your best to anticipate possible issues by @shadeed9@twitter.com ishadeed.com/article/the-just-

The podcast (@CodeNewbies@twitter.com) newbie always has interesting guests and motivation for those getting started in tech. I really enjoyed this conversation on the importance of learning codenewbie.org/podcast/why-you

I listened to this podcast thinking it would be a trip down memory lane only to learn that folks still use IRC. A lot of the conversation about the "old internet" vs the "new internet" resonated with me dev.to/devdiscuss/s2-e3-the-hi

An interesting look at one aspect of performance in ReactJS vs Vanilla JavaScript. Also talks about gains with Preact. Worth a read for sure! css-tricks.com/radeventlistene

Oooh this looks like a really great use of @Github@twitter.com Actions to optimize images. I'm looking forward to trying this! css-tricks.com/optimize-images

RT @feather@twitter.com

When I hear people say “People with disabilities don’t use our web site”

Most often I tell them “that’s likely because people with disabilities can’t use your web site.”

🐦🔗: twitter.com/feather/status/129

It's always a good time to learn about accessibility and web development and this conversation on @JSJabber@twitter.com about Accessibility and JavaScript apps is a good starting place devchat.tv/js-jabber/jsj-444-c

This episode of the is a good reference for people who say CSS isn't a programming language. So many functions! thecsspodcast.libsyn.com/020-f

Came across this article by @Una@twitter.com today and it's chock full of helpful advice. CSS has come so far! web.dev/one-line-layouts/

I really enjoyed this look back at the dark ages of the web... brings me back! pavellaptev.github.io/web-dark

This episode of @JSPartyFM@twitter.com is a great primer on web security for JavaScript developers changelog.com/jsparty/132

RT @frontendmentor@twitter.com

Adding smooth scrolling to a page used to only be possible with JS. Now you can do it in a single CSS declaration! 🥳

First, get your HTML set up with your navigation hrefs pointing to IDs throughout the page.

Then drop-in scroll-behavior smooth in the CSS and you're done! 🚀

🐦🔗: twitter.com/frontendmentor/sta

I enjoyed working on this little layout project from @frontendmentor@twitter.com bobmatyas.github.io/fm-base-ap

I started the “Accessibility for Web Design” course by @feather@twitter.com and am loving the practical examples of how to make more accessible sites and interfaces.

RT @beep@twitter.com

“ARIA should be the last tool you pull out of your toolbox, not your first.” Front-end friends! This, by @ericwbailey@twitter.com, is worth your time. a11yproject.com/posts/aria-has

🐦🔗: twitter.com/beep/status/126270

This should be a great book!

RT @kvlly@twitter.com

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I'll choose three random winners Sunday, May 17 at 8 PM ET.

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🐦🔗: twitter.com/kvlly/status/12616

I completed the @thew3cx@twitter.com "Intro to Web Accessibility" on @edXOnline@twitter.com and am very excited to continued learning about and integrating what I have learned into my work.

I have been working on switching to CSS Grid as my go-to for layouts where I can and have been appreciating the challenges from @frontendmentor@twitter.com as a way of practicing. frontendmentor.io/solutions/mo

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