The Year 2015

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  • Tabs Over Spaces

    My return to using the dedicated Unicode character for indention.

    Note

  • Must-Have CSS Book

    Conversing with Lea Verou, author of “CSS Secrets”.

    Note

  • The ‹u› in Group

    A proposal to give the ‹u› element an additional purpose.

    Essay

  • 08:57 CEST

    A short conversation with Piers Rippey.

    Note

  • @cssence on @surge_sh

    I have transferred my website to a new host.

    Note

  • Plain Anchor Link for Hamburger

    I am considering to enhance my site’s navigation skip-link.

    Note

  • @cssence Meets @prismjs

    I’ve added Syntax Highlighting to my code snippets.

    Note

  • head {display:block}

    Content inside ‹head› is usually hidden, but it doesn’t need to be.

    Essay

  • Own Your Own Data

    Your data belongs to you, so it should be on your own domain.

    Editorial

  • 5vw FTW

    The fastest way to cater for designs that do not scale well below 320px.

    Code

  • ChromeDevTools Power-Up

    Some devices in the Device Emulation now have additional options.

    Note

  • Print First

    Forget Mobile First. Providing Styles for Print should be your first media query.

    Essay

  • Bye Bye Hamburger

    James Archer on why the three horizontal lines are bad idea.

    Note

  • Style-able Full-Width Bars

    Full-width backgrounds on individual regions, without additional elements.

    Code

  • We broke the Internet

    It became hard to see the actual content on a web page these days.

    Note

  • SVG Forever

    I agree with Seren Davies that the time has come to ditch icon fonts.

    Note

  • Publish in Multiple Venues

    You should own your own data. But you can also take the next step.

    Note

  • AtomEditor TestDrive

    I am willing to switch from Brackets to Atom.

    Note

  • Five Minute Fork

    Remy Sharp allows us to create short-lived live URLs for GitHub repos.

    Note

  • Avoid Gatekeepers

    You should not need a particular browser or app to view content.

    Note

  • The Web’s Answer to Apps

    According to Peter-Paul Koch, it’s “Radical simplification, not more tools”.

    Note

  • FTP No More

    Thanks to @surge_sh I can bid farewell to FTP.

    Note

  • Animated @myGeorge_at Logo

    My very first CodePen, influenced by a project I’m currently working on.

    Code

  • The Web vs. Capitalism

    “Web! What is it good for?” Another must-read from Jeremy Keith.

    Note

  • Internet Does Not Never Forget

    Jeremy Keith on link rot and other online amnesia.

    Note

  • State of JavaScript in 2015

    “Is this pace of change sustainable?”, asks Jimmy Breck-McKye, rightly so.

    Note

  • Mobilism 2015

    The last @MobilismConf happens to be my first.

    Event

  • CSS Puns

    Knowing some CSS helps to understand these jokes.

    Note

  • Angular, 2nd Edition

    It has little to do with its predecessor. And that makes sense.

    Note

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