Diigo Bookmarks 08/20/2019
- Goodbye iframes - BBC Design + Engineering - Medium
"Using real user data, we have found that on our first project 95% of users loaded the content in under four seconds vs 77% of iframe users. In a larger project, such as this mapping of affordable rents project the difference was starker -- 92% vs 46%."
- New Research Shows How "The Internet is Unavailable" to Blind Users | Deque
"Study Commissioned by Deque Systems Finds 70 Percent of Internet Websites in Certain Industries Inaccessible to the Vision-impaired, Missing a $6.9 Billion Market"
- Using a Screen Reader on the new Twitter.com -- Knowbility
"One should not be forced to use outdated technology in order to do one's job or enjoy the web at leisure. The way that the new Twitter has been forced on everyone without the option to opt out, makes IE 11 the only viable way to continue using Twitter at anywhere close to the speed of the legacy experience."
- Now, more than 50% of Google searches end without a click to other content, study finds - Search Engine Land
"The proportion of zero-click searches has increased over the years, and the more searches that end without users clicking through to a page, the less traffic and fewer marketing opportunities brands and publishers are likely to have to develop their own audiences."
- Getting Started with CSS Grid: Three Coding Approaches | Viget
"In the next section, we will walk through three different ways we can recreate a simple build of the articles block. The three approaches are: 1. Grid line numbers. 2. Named grid lines. 3. Named grid areas."
- Multi-Line Truncation with Pure CSS | CSS-Tricks
"Another trick we're using here is not setting a bottom (inset-block-end) property. This places the box at the bottom of the content rather than the bottom of the relative parent, which is very useful."