I mean, kinda.
When we’re young, we make simple things because that’s all we know. Then we learn how to make complex things so we make complex things. When we grow old, we learn to make simple things again.
We can reassign a new value to the same variable,
Performance advice from David Calhoun on how many scripts to load on a page for best performance:
It’s just a word to evoke the idea that serving as much as you can statically while using client-side code and hitting serverless APIs for any needs after that.
React didn’t use a
for a , you did. React didn’t force extra markup all over the page when you decided to not use a Fragment. React didn’t forget … Read article “Debunking the Myth: Accessibility and React”
On the regular web (I suppose) we handle “dark mode” with the CSS prefers-color-scheme media query. But, and to nobody’s surprise, it’s way weirder in the land of HTML email. The weirdness is that across different email clients, they handle the dark mode thing differently, starting with the fact that the email client itself might have its own toggle for dark mode.… Read article “The Ultimate Guide to Dark Mode for Email Marketers”
I am very absolutely not a lawyer, but this is how I understand it:
I particularly like using custom properties when you can sneak a variation into a place where you’d normally have to re-declare a whole big chunk of code.
The idea is that they don’t use clip-path, they aren’t icon fonts, they aren’t even SVG. They are just tags essentially using the shapes of CSS and pseudo elements as necessary to draw … Read article “css.gg”