Viewport units are things like 10vw (10% of the viewport width) or 2vh (2% of the viewport height). Useful sometimes, as they are always relative to the viewport. No cascading or influence by parent elements.
The W3C standards are a key milestone towards a future in which all pages could support rich layers of conversation without requiring any action by their
I imagine if you’re really getting into performance work, you’ll want a firm understanding of this. There are lots of ways to block/delay parts of this process. The job of a perf nerd is to understand when and why that’s happening, evaluate if it’s necessary or not, and tweak things to get … Read article “Understanding the Critical Rendering Path”
Customizeable patterns. You can even snag the path data for your own deeds.… Read article “Hero Patterns”
Does this little moment strike fear into your heart?
That’s the “color function” from a draft spec from the CSS working group. I think it’s all about making colors a little easier and more intuitive to work with. Looks awesome to me, as someone who uses Sass color manipulation functions quite a bit.… Read article “ColorMe / CSS Color Level 4”
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?”
Matt Mullenweg, on the release of a new homepage for WordPress.org, which hasn’t seen a redesign in a long time:
WebKit did not support HTML interactive form validation, which occurs on form submission (unless the novalidate attribute is set on the