Diigo Bookmarks 01/09/2020
- Chromium Blog: Introducing quieter permission UI for notifications
"Immediately after the Chrome 80 release, users will be able to opt-in to the new UI manually in Settings. In addition, the quieter UI will be automatically enabled for users under two conditions. First, for users who typically block notification permission requests and second, on sites with very low opt in rates."
- Fixed Table Headers | Adrian Roselli
"Standard HTML tables are not that complex. But when developers are unfamiliar with HTML or let third-party libraries generate them, they are usually an inaccessible over-engineered mess"
- Adactio: Journal--Browser defaults
"The viewport meta element always felt like a (proprietary) band-aid rather than a long-term solution--for one thing, it's the kind of presentational information that belongs in CSS rather than HTML. It would be nice if we could bid it farewell."
- Front-End Performance Checklist 2020 [PDF, Apple Pages, MS Word] -- Smashing Magazine
"Some of the optimizations might be beyond the scope of your work or budget or might just be overkill given the legacy code you have to deal with. That's fine! Use this checklist as a general (and hopefully comprehensive) guide, and create your own list of issues that apply to your context."
- Using easing for more than just CSS transitions | Kilian Valkhof
"By using easing curves for your box shadows and gradients they will look more natural and subtle without actually influencing the gradient or shadow themselves."
- Dark Isn't Just a Mode :: UXmatters
"dark mode is now so ubiquitous that it is almost a requirement for many new apps. Plus, it's even making its way onto the Web. But the usual backlash has started, with some people questioning its value."
- Why You Should Choose HTML5 <article> Over <section> -- Smashing Magazine
"<article> isn't just for blog posts -- it's for any self-contained thing. It also helps WatchOS display your content properly."