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My return to using the dedicated Unicode character for indention.
Conversing with Lea Verou, author of “CSS Secrets”.
A proposal to give the <u> element an additional purpose.
A short conversation with Piers Rippey.
I have transferred my website to a new host.
I am considering to enhance my site’s navigation skip-link.
I’ve added Syntax Highlighting to my code snippets.
Content inside <head> is usually hidden, but it doesn’t need to be.
Your data belongs to you, so it should be on your own domain.
The fastest way to cater for designs that do not scale well below 320px.
Some devices in the Device Emulation now have additional options.
Forget Mobile First. Providing Styles for Print should be your first media query.
James Archer on why the three horizontal lines are bad idea.
Full-width backgrounds on individual regions, without additional elements.
It became hard to see the actual content on a web page these days.
I agree with Seren Davies that the time has come to ditch icon fonts.
You should own your own data. But you can also take the next step.
I am willing to switch from Brackets to Atom.
Remy Sharp allows us to create short-lived live URLs for GitHub repos.
You should not need a particular browser or app to view content.
According to Peter-Paul Koch, it’s “Radical simplification, not more tools”.
Thanks to @surge_sh I can bid farewell to FTP.
My very first CodePen, influenced by a project I’m currently working on.
“Web! What is it good for?” Another must-read from Jeremy Keith.
Jeremy Keith on link rot and other online amnesia.
“Is this pace of change sustainable?”, asks Jimmy Breck-McKye, rightly so.
The last @MobilismConf happens to be my first.
Knowing some CSS helps to understand these jokes.
It has little to do with its predecessor. And that makes sense.
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