But there is no similarly easy mechanism to add, say, 5 to both foo and bar at the same time. Of course, it’s simple enough to just do:
I don’t get excited about frameworks or languages—I get excited about potential; about playing my part in building a more inclusive web.
There is also a ton of backlash. It’s too easy to break. It gives Google far too much control. It’s not entirely progressive enhancement friendly. Offline development is harder. The caching layer means clicking a link from Google search results shows the site without ever leaving google.com, which is concerning for … Read article “ShopTalk 248: AMP”
Rachel Andrew with a clear (get it?!) explanation of display: flow-root;, including demos comparing old and new techniques. Apparently the name is still a little bit still up in the air.
When building applications that display untrusted content, security designers have a major problem— if an attacker has full control of a block of pixels, he can make those pixels look like anything he wants, including the UI of the application itself. He can then induce the user to undertake an unsafe action, and a user will be none-the-wiser.
What if I told you that you could build a Static Site Generator with your own custom CMS without the need for a database? Not just that, but we can get to Hello World! in under … Read article “Build a Custom CMS for a Serverless Static Site Generator”
As the year closes, it’s good to reflect on all of the things we as a community have built, contemplated, and contributed to. Here are some of the things we read or watched that we enjoyed and think were important in 2016.… Read article “2016 Favorites”
And you can serve these formats through the
A round up of goings-on related to me, this site, and related projects, as we are wont to do once in a while. I’ve had the good fortune of being a guest on a number of podcasts lately, so I’ll link up those. I’ll share some upcoming conferences I’ll be at and news from CodePen and ShopTalk Show. … Read article “CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXIX”