Diigo Bookmarks 11/26/2017
- Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Engaging users through high quality AMP pages
"Where we find that an AMP page doesn't contain the same critical content as its non-AMP equivalent, we will direct our users to the non-AMP page. This does not affect Search ranking. However, these pages will not be considered for Search features that require AMP, such as the Top Stories carousel with AMP."
- F-Shaped Pattern of Reading on the Web: Misunderstood, But Still Relevant (Even on Mobile)
"Eyetracking research shows that people scan webpages and phone screens in various patterns, one of them being the shape of the letter F. Eleven years after discovering this pattern, we revisit what it means today."
- What should we expect in WCAG 2.1?
"A lot of things have changed in mobile, so it makes sense that WCAG didn't have that covered. Low-vision and cognitive, while they have a little bit in WCAG 2.0, there are some significant barriers that still exist that we need to meet for both of those disability types. Those are the primary areas of focus in WCAG 2.1."
- Mobile Interface Myths You Should Throw Out The Window -- Smashing Magazine
"Let's take some time to cover five mobile interface myths you've probably been sold on (and why that might be a bad thing)."
- CSS Survey Roundup
"55% chose the option of, "the majority of features must render in the same way, but we're ok about some finishing touches not being there for all browsers". 34% were closer to my thinking with "We are happy to serve a simpler version to older browsers in our support list, but all functionality should be usable"."
- Using CSS Grid: Supporting Browsers Without Grid -- Smashing Magazine
"In this article, I explore approaches to dealing with browser support today. What are the practical things we can do to allow us to use new CSS now and still give a great experience to the browsers that don't support it?"