When I think about web performance, the first thing that comes to my mind is how images are generally the last elements that appear on a page. Today, images can be a major issue when it comes to performance, which is unfortunate since the speed a website loads has a direct impact on users successfully doing what they came to the page to do (think conversation rates).
Even though div is a perfectly valid selector, span:butt is not, thus the entire selector is invalidated — neither divs nor span::butt elements on the page will have a red background.… Read article “One Invalid Pseudo Selector Equals an Entire Ignored Selector”
Images are critical. Whether it is marketing banners, product images or logos, it is impossible to imagine a website without images. Sadly though, images are often heavy files making them the single biggest contributor to the page bloat. According the HTTP Archive’s State of Images report, the median page size on desktops is 1511 KB and images account for nearly 45% (650 KB) of that total.
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You know, that panel of tools that allows you to do stuff like inspect the DOM and see network requests. How do the companies that make them refer to them?
Note the double-colon ::before versus the single-colon :before. Which one is correct?
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If you are new to React, and perhaps have only played with building to-do and counter apps, you may not yet have run across a need to pull in data for your app. There will likely come a time when you’ll need to do this, as React apps are most well suited for situations where you’re handling both data and state.
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