This is everything I posted in: thoughts
Let’s explore which accessibility issues browsers could fix automatically!
A written version of my lighting talk “Breaking barriers with your CMS”.
Some thoughts on seeing declarative component frameworks as a way to make the web more accessible, not less.
Are component frameworks at odds with a vanilla approach to web development? Well, partly, but not as much as I used to think. Some thoughts after I tried a framework.
A bit about designing min-content, max-content and auto, and how they can be used.
Recreating old posters, I figured there are at least two approaches to deciding how many grid tracks your component or page needs: one can make it visually perfect, the other is more flexible if content is bound to change.
With more people using tracking protection features, we should test our sites with content blockers.
Last week a poll about CSS got me thinking about the language and overlapping skills in front-end development.
Now that Grid Layout is seeing more adoption, it seems like a good time to remember that websites don’t need to look the same in all browsers.