And there’s an awful lot to remember! Color contrast, alt-text, keyboard navigation, focus states, and ARIA attributes are only a small snippet of the total number of things we ought to be mindful of when designing websites and so this checklist is certainly … Read article “Vox Accessibility Guidelines”
Akismet is an incredible spam preventer for WordPress sites. I’d say it does 95% of the work for us. A few issues though make me want to augment it with other tools:
When putting together a new talk recently, I noticed there was most definitely a pattern to how my talks take shape. Here’s how the talk-making process goes for me
But I do very much think it’s worth knowing about. Developers of all sorts can take advantage of it, but I’m particularly … Read article “A Site About Serverless Technology”
The World Has Changed—So Must the CMS
Hey there! It’s Lara, author of the infamous“Tales of a Non-Unicorn: A Story About the Trouble with Job Titles and Descriptions” from a couple years back. If you haven’t read that original article, I recommend skimming it to give you some context for this one, but I think you’ll still find value here even if you don’t.
As 2017 comes to a close, as we do each year, let’s take a numbers-based glance back at CSS-Tricks. And more importantly, tip our collective hat to all y’all that come here and read the site.
And then I need to put a box to the left of another box. Or add a scrollbar because a list is too big. Or, god
Greg Lavallee writes about a project currently underway at Slate, where they’ve defined a new goal for themselves: