Diigo Bookmarks 03/03/2019
- The CSS mental model - QuirksBlog
- Semantics to Screen Readers · An A List Apart Article
"If you make websites, you may have tested your sites with a screen reader. But how do these and other assistive programs actually access your content? What information do they use? We'll take a detailed step-by-step view of how the process works."
- Axe-core 3.2 is coming soon | Deque
"We have big plans for axe-core this year, and axe-core 3.2 sets us up strong and ready for another excellent year of accessibility. We will be updating all axe and Attest HTML tools over the month of March to include axe-core version 3.2."
- BEM for everyone else - Dave House - Medium
"After hearing the same questions about CSS class names from users of the product I work on, I decided to create a short intro to BEM primarily aimed at designers, although I hope it helps anyone else that's new to it."
- CSS selectors cheatsheet & details - Design & Code Repository - Medium
"There are so many CSS selectors with unfamiliar symbols, > . , * + ~ [ ] etc, so I was often confused about how CSS selectors work. Eventually, I straightened them out in my head and re-designed them how I understand."
- Reda Lemeden | We Need Chrome No More
"Ten years ago, we needed Google Chrome to break the Web free from corporate hegemony, and we managed to do so for a brief period. Today, its dominance is stifling the very platform it once saved from the clutches of Microsoft. And no one, beside Google, needs that."
- A Bit of Performance
"I was digging into some of the performance issues during my work for a few weeks, and I thought that it can be interesting to see how those could be applied to my site. I was already quite happy with how it performed (being just a small static site) but managed to find a few areas to improve."