"Creating a true <input type="file"> replacement involves accessibly hiding the browser’s <input> implementation, creating a replacement control, and ensuring the replacement control is keyboard and screen reader accessible."
"One of the key components of this document is the section on Modules and Linked Smart Objects which outlines a workflow for using nested elements in Photoshop projects to avoid having to make changes across multiple files."
"An article on how to make embedded SVGs cross-browser responsive. We're going to cover embedding techniques, how to apply the "Padding Hack" and how to use inline media queries to make SVGs adaptive."
"What makes responsive design more difficult is all the new possibilities, all the new decisions you get to make. The thing is many of those decisions aren’t requirements of responsive design. They’re possibilities responsive designs gives us to make any design better."
"Our plan was to move from using SVG section outlines and Leaflet markers to using tiled canvas elements. This means that instead of forcing the browser to move thousands of DOM elements when panning and zooming the map, we can draw the markers to the canvas tiles once per zoom level and move the canvas tiles themselves around."