"The legacy image formats are still your best bet if it's important to you that end-users see your images in link previews. You can absolutely use WebP and fallback to only show the title and description in nonsupporting apps."
"Jamstack is a way of working. It's not a group of frameworks or services or tied to any particular brands or tech stack. Jamstack is defined by how you build websites, rather than the tools with which you choose to build them."
"The point is: not ordering rules in CSS doesn't mean they are "unordered" or that there is "no order". In CSS, property declarations are always ordered - however implicitly - and that ordering carries meaning."
"Thursday, May 19, 2022, help us celebrate the 11th Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)! The purpose of GAAD is to get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital access and inclusion, and the more than One Billion people with disabilities/impairments."
"According to the HTTP Archive Web Alamac, 24% of desktop homepages and 29% of mobile homepages attempt to disable scaling by setting either maximum-scale to a value less than or equal to 1, or user-scalable set to 0 or none. These numbers are way too high."
"Masaru Ibuka, one of the founders of Sony, emphasized the importance of independence and worked to create a supportive environment so that those with disabilities have the opportunity to achieve independence and success. We still carry on this idea and we aim to create a world with no limitations through the power of creativity and technology."
"So what exactly is an accessible comic? The quick answer is it is a comic that can be read and accessed by anyone with a print disability. Print disabilities are the common term used for perceptual disabilities, and include three broad categories of people who need accessible formats."
"Thunderbird 102 includes several major new features for our global community of users, and we're confident you'll love them. So grab your favorite beverage, and let's highlight seven features from Thunderbird 102 we're most excited about."
"The focus of the Working Group have been to align the specifications with the latest W3C specifications, current usage and practices of the publishing industry, improve the readability of the specification, align the accessibility requirement with the latest Web Accessibility standards as well as the European Accessibility Act, and to work on a comprehensive test suite to improve the interoperability of Reading Systems."