Blocks have become an indispensable component for managing content in WordPress since the Gutenberg editor was officially released earlier this year. Not only does WordPress include some nifty blocks right out of the box, but we’re starting to see plugin developers take advantage of them and provide some interesting ones as well.
This week I’ve been brooding about web performance and accessibility. It all began when Ethan Marcotte made a lot of great notes about the accessibility issues that are common with AMP:
But how do … Read article “Quick Gulp Cache Busting”
Website accessibility has always been important, but nowadays, when we have clear standards and regulations from governments in most countries, it’s become even more crucial to support those standards and make our projects as accessible as they can be.
In this series, I’m going to show … Read article “Form Validation Part 1: Constraint Validation in HTML”
There are other projects that use the term Atomic, including Atomic Web Design by Brad Frost. Atomic CSS is a completely separate concept from these.… Read article “Let’s Define Exactly What Atomic CSS is”
I know it’s highly uncool in this community to get quotes wrong and highly cool to remind people how to type them. I’m on … Read article “Has the Internet Killed Curly Quotes?”
Sir Tim Berners-Lee creates the technologies behind the web — HTML, HTTP, and the URL which blend hypertext with the Internet — with a small team at CERN. He convinces the higher-ups in the organizations to put the web in the public domain so anyone can use it.
The font-systhesis property in CSS gives the browser instructions for how to handle font bolded and italicized character when the specified font-family doesn’t include them.… Read article “font-synthesis”