It was a busy end of the week, I didn't have time for the weekly links this week, but you can check the slides from my talk at CSSCamp Barcelona on perceived performance
An Intro To Screen Reader Testing for Sighted Developers https://uncaughtreferenceerror.com/a-crash-course-to-screenreaders-for-sighted-developers/
A bad idea: Nextcloud signs public letter, opposing German plan to force decryption of chat https://nextcloud.com/blog/a-bad-idea-nextcloud-signs-public-letter-opposing-german-plan-to-force-decryption-of-chat/ #nextcloud #community #blog
Learning all things CSS today #CSSConf
Microsoft Accessibility Insights is a really nice testing tool https://accessibilityinsights.io/
Replaced LastPass with Bitwarden after reading https://timnash.co.uk/bye-bye-keepass-hello-bitwarden/.
And migrating passwords is easy.
Discovered that my bank is on Mastodon @glsbank
Gracefully ignoring old browsers https://walterebert.com/blog/gracefully-ignoring-old-browsers/
The privilege of free time in Open Source https://dri.es/the-privilege-of-free-time-in-open-source
Microsoft already implemented native lazyloading for images in 2013 https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ie/2013/12/04/getting-to-the-content-you-want-faster-in-ie11/
Good that I did a search before implementing it myself. Because PHP has a function for (almost) everything. This time "count_chars". https://secure.php.net/manual/en/function.count-chars.php
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