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I just introduced Intrinsic Web Design at An Event Apart Seattle.

Notes 1: (thanks!)
Notes 2: (thanks @torrecapistran!)

Intrinsic Web Design.

Okay, variable fonts are going to open up huge typographical opportunities for the web:

« The web is under threat. Join us and fight for it. »

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if you have a personal web log, please reply with the url!

an attempt to collect everyone’s blogs - so as to not let precious non-commercial content go unread and unnoticed - is likely the only time i’ll ever ask:

please boost this toot.

Like the philosophy of Stimulus, "A modest JavaScript framework for the HTML you already have", Basecamp’s JavaScript framework.

How to use variable fonts in the real world.

Wanted: widespread adoption and all fonts variable

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Interesting. The <address> element was updated in HTML 5.2. Now all those sites that use it to mark up postal addresses are doing so correctly.

HTML 5.1 (and earlier):
HTML 5.2:

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- Développeur Web Fullstack
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Retoots appreciés :)

Défaut : Mes cheveux ont leur volonté propre.


OK, "some" CSS properties… nevertheless…

I say what? New CSS properties would require https?

Requiring secure contexts for all new features:

[…] A feature can be anything from an extension of an existing IDL-defined object, a new CSS property, a new HTTP response header, to bigger features such as WebVR. […]

Note that I’m all for https everywhere.

via @adactio

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Kinda tempted to start writing "Google" thus: G👀gle

'Cos, y'know, when everybody first got cross with Microsoft and stuff, "M$" was basically the best we could do with ASCII, right? But now it is absolutely time we enlisted the full address space of Unicode in developing better online passive-aggressive typing habits.