Boxes That Fill Height (Or More) (and Don't Squish) | CSS-Tricks
"Here, let's just try and focus on one thing that flexbox solves very nicely: the ability to have an arbitrary set of boxes fill up all the available height of a parent box."
WebAIM: Loss Aversion and Web Accessibility
"Loss aversion is an aspect of psychology and decision theory that refers to people’s tendency to strongly prefer avoiding losses to acquiring gains. Studies have shown that a person’s aversion to loss is twice as strong as their interest in gains."
WebAIM: WCAG 2 and Accessibility Support
"I believe it best, as WCAG originally intended, to allow authors to determine whether accessibility support is sufficient rather than tacitly defining accessibility support via the presence or absence of WCAG techniques."
Improving front page performance: removing images, 5 ways
"CSS sprites are a now classic technique for saving HTTP requests for the commonly used little images on your site, condensing them all into one image and using background-image/background-position magic."
You Might Not Need jQuery
"Some developers believe that jQuery is protecting us from a great demon of browser incompatibility when, in truth, post-IE8, browsers are pretty easy to deal with on their own."
Bootstrap accessibility plugin
"This plugin provides enhancements to the Bootstrap 3 components in two areas: keyboard navigation and screen reader compatibility. There are also minor changes to improve color contrast in alert messages."