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Accessibility Events | CSS-Tricks

“There isn’t some way to know when—…?” There is always a pause here. The client knows what they’re asking, and I know what they’re asking, but putting it into words—saying it out loud—turns unexpectedly...

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The Serif Tax | CSS-Tricks

Fonts are vector. Vector art with more points makes for larger files than vector art with fewer points. Custom fonts are downloaded. So, fonts with less points in their vector art are smaller. That’s...

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Native Lazy Loading | CSS-Tricks

IntersectionObserver has made lazy loading a lot easier and more efficient than it used to be, but to do it really right you still gotta remove the src and such, which is cumbersome. It’s...

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Wufoo Online Form Builder

The Online Form Builder Start creating forms today At least 7 characters with one letter and number Your custom Wufoo URL By clicking ‘Sign Up Free’ you agree to our Terms and Conditions and...

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Revisiting the rendering tier | Info

The 2019 incarnation of theguardian.com began life around six years ago, starting out as an m-dot and gradually scaling up both its breakpoints and page views until it rendered the entire site. At the...

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Undefined: The Third Boolean Value

I wanted to implement a notification message in one of my projects, similar to what you’d see in Google Docs while a document is saving. In other words, a message shows up indicating that...

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Decaying Sites | CSS-Tricks

Websites have a tendency to decay all by themselves. Link rot, they call it. Unpaid domain name registrations. Companies that have gone out of business. Site owners that have lost interest. What’s sadder than...