You can use innerHTML to put that into an element, like:
In this tutorial, I’ll show you step by step how to create a simple tool in Node.js to run Google Lighthouse audits via the command line, save the reports they generate in JSON format and then compare them so web performance can be monitored as the website grows and develops.
The first rule of animating on the web: don’t animate width and height. It forces the browser to recalculate a bunch of stuff and it’s slow (or “expensive” as they say). If you can get away with it, animating any transform property is faster (and “cheaper”).
Chris was excited about the initial implementation, too.
The advantages of using SVGs in web development are well known. SVGs are small in size, can be made quite accessible, are scalable while maintaining their quality, and can be animated. Still, there is a learning curve. Things, like the syntax of SVG, can be a little tricky and having to hand-alter SVG code sometimes isn’t out of the question.
“Responsive design is bad for performance.”“User agent detection is bad. Don’t segment the web.”“Hybrid apps don’t work as well as native apps.”“CSS preprocessors shouldn’t be used because they create bloated CSS.”… Find out for yourself if the tool is really where the blame should be placed.
The registrants involved varied, so even that wasn’t a common thread. My best guess was that the bad guys … Read article “The Case of the Stolen Domain Names”
In my opinion, that is waaaaay too eager. Why not use a lower threshold value like 1000 pixels? Or even better: base the threshold value on the actual