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I, Daniel Blake
Some thoughts after seeing the Ken Loach’s film I, Daniel Blake.
Mom-jokes as part of corporate culture
On jokes between friends and jokes on a corporate level.
On hiding content
A post about how the
hiddenattribute works, how it differs from
[aria-hidden]and how it relates to just hiding with CSS.
In this post I explain why I think declaring behaviour in markup is advantageous rather than problematic.
Bootstrap considered harmful
Bootstrap and friends can be beneficial for all kinds of stages in the process of making websites, but a magic bullet they are not.
Some pointers on default cursors
Some thoughts about standards when it comes to cursors for buttons.
Cascading and cognitive overhead
On the cognitive overhead of cascading
Declaring grid layouts with ‘just’ CSS
We can soon use ‘just’ CSS to describe our lay-outs. But, arguably, that leaves us with a naming problem.
The role of grid systems in component-based front-end builds
I think for large websites and organisations, in addition to having a component system, it makes sense to have one agreed-upon, shared-between-projects grid system.