Etsy moves away from an icon font in production to using SVG. It’s going to be an inline
Defaulting to the system font of a particular operating system can boost performance because the browser doesn’t have to download any font files, it’s using one it already had. That’s true of any “web safe” font, though. The beauty of “system” fonts is that it matches what the current OS uses, so it can be a comfortable look.
Couple that complexity with the complexity of responsive images, and … Read article “The “Optimal Image Format” for Each Browser”
Comparing the ASYNC and DEFER waterfalls, we see that using DEFER makes DOM Interactive fire sooner and allows rendering to proceed more quickly.
Eric Meyer, talking to himself:
Over two years ago, I published a dumb-funny little blog post called Please Don’t Learn To Code From Stock Photos. It got unearthed somehow and got shared around again recently.
Let’s say you created a lovely vector illustration in Adobe Illustrator. Or you’ve used Illustrator to finesse some existing graphics. Or for literally any reason at all, you have a file open in Adobe Illustrator that you ultimately want to use on the web as SVG.
Here’s some resources … Read article “Front-End Challenges”
Brent Jackson says CSS utility libraries failed somewhat:
Anyway, their shtick is: