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To this day, the original idea of the former blog lives on in this Essays section, where I continue to cover pretty much anything that relates to web development & web design. Majoring in CSS.
Latest posts (most recent first)
You could make assumptions about what your users want. Or you could just ask them.
Turning regulations into something positive.
I’ve turned off font loading six month ago. This is what I learned.
When it comes to accessibility, webhint.io can help you walk the walk.
I wrote about static site generators, but went down the Vanilla-or-not rabbit hole.
Looking for the transcript of my @dotCSS talk? Here you go.
In one corner, we have die-hard NoScripters. And then there are “The Others”.
My personal thoughts in response to “Regressive Web Apps” by Jeremy Keith.
A proposal to give the <u> element an additional purpose.
Content inside <head> is usually hidden, but it doesn’t need to be.