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Looking for the transcript of my @dotCSS talk? Here you go.
Eleanor Ratliff wrote about accessible typefaces.
@dotCSS 2016 in Paris, I’m both attending and speaking.
Feeling overwhelmed after being chosen to give a 4-minute Lightning Talk at @dotCSS in Paris.
Satisfied with and thankful for the performance of my website.
Not answering how using Twitter to comment on my site works yet.
Jeffrey Zeldman wrote about Eric Meyer’s “Stress Cases” talk.
In one corner, we have die-hard NoScripters. And then there are “The Others”.
Reminding Peter-Paul Koch about his own creation.
The forth iteration of our local developer meetup in Vienna.
@CSSDayConf 2016 Day #2. @cssence at CSS Day, makes kinda sense.
@CSSDayConf 2016 Day #1, where I’ll meet some of my favorite HTML elements.
Despite this being a joke, 🇦🇺 truly is my home away from home.
Responding to Remy Sharp in regards to the Command Line.
A potential issue while transitioning to currentColor used in SVG fill.
Remy Sharp believes that now is an exiting time to build for the web.
My personal thoughts in response to “Regressive Web Apps” by Jeremy Keith.
Version 2.1 of cssence.com went live not long after the last major change.
Paraphrasing Jeremy Keith, I cannot work without HTML and CSS.
Chrome Search Bar is not influenced by the presence of service worker.
Single color variant of popular alternate version.
Using a simple border #hack to achieve what Youtube recently did. Kind of.
Interesting fact from “Going Responsive” by Karen McGrane.
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