With all these three things in our toolbox, we can Ajax for some arbitrary content and insert it onto the page with a revealing height animation. Tricky tricky!… Read article “Animate in Ajax’d Content to its Natural Height”
And they aren’t wrong. Yes, when you build things on the web, there are always servers involved. … Read article ““Serverless””
Dan Whaley describes why this could be a big deal:
There are 6 stages to the CRP –
A collection of repeatable SVG background patterns for you to use on your digital projects.
A URL Scheme is like “http://…” or “ftp://…”. Those seem like a very low-level concept that you don’t have much control over, but actually, you do! What sounds like an exotic topic is not so exotic at all: we are constantly using different URL Schemes, on any given day. For example when we’re clicking a link to an iPhone app that launches the AppStore. Or when a friend sends us a link to a playlist and it opens in the … Read article “How To Create Your Own URL Scheme”
Does this look weird?
At an increasing number of publications, [curly quotes have] been ironed straight. This may stem from a lack of awareness on the part of website designers or from the difficulty in a content-management system (CMS) getting the curl direction correct every time. It may also be that curly quotes’ time has come and gone.
Matt Griffin’s documentary about the web, now available to watch free on Vimeo.… Read article “What Comes Next Is the Future”