“Why the Web Will Win || Matthew Ström: designer & developer”
I just introduced Intrinsic Web Design at An Event Apart Seattle.
Notes 1: https://adactio.com/journal/13671 (thanks @firstname.lastname@example.org!)
Notes 2: https://hookedoncode.com/2018/04/everything-you-know-about-web-design-just-changed-jen-simmons/ (thanks @torrecapistran!)
Intrinsic Web Design.
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Jesus Christ, a keylogger in CSS https://github.com/maxchehab/CSS-Keylogging
Another post on AMP:
The two faces of AMP
But this one is the killer:
AMP: the missing controversy
Big fan of rollup, even more so since this ;c)
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.
How to use variable fonts in the real world.
Wanted: widespread adoption and all fonts variable
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): https://www.w3.org/TR/html51/sections.html#the-address-element
HTML 5.2: https://www.w3.org/TR/html52/grouping-content.html#the-address-element
Possible solution to the #HTML outline algorithm? The polyfill looks promising https://github.com/whatwg/html/issues/83#issuecomment-359871505
- Développeur Web Fullstack
- CDI en Télétravail
PHP / Node.JS
Expert Framework Laravel et Symfony
Bootstrap / Material Design
AngularJS / VueJS/ EmberJS
Ce que j'offres : Mon savoir faire et ma grande capacité d'adaptation. Réactif et force de proposition. Pour en savoir plus sur moi, n’hésitez pas a consulter mon profil.
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.
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.
Using http-01 challenge as a workaround to generate/renew Let’s Encrypt certs during their current issues:
HTML 5.2 is done, HTML 5.3 is coming
A techie’s rough guide to GDPR