Diigo Bookmarks 02/01/2020
- How Smashing Magazine Manages Content: Migration From WordPress To JAMstack
"As an experiment, Matt scraped all the HTML from Smashing and hosted it on Netlify, delivering the content statically from a CDN. The results were compelling -- the static version is more than six times as fast on average!"
- CSS Grid can be used to stack elements
"I came across the article How to Stack Elements in CSS written by Sarah Dresner and learned that one could use display: grid; to stack element without setting any absolute positioning!"
- Designing web applications for the Apple Watch using Toucaan.
"There are quite a few important things to note about designing for the tiniest formfactor on the web."
- [2001.02479] Dark Patterns after the GDPR: Scraping Consent Pop-ups and Demonstrating their Influence
"We scraped the designs of the five most popular CMPs on the top 10,000 websites in the UK (n=680). We found that dark patterns and implied consent are ubiquitous; only 11.8% meet the minimal requirements that we set based on European law."
- Overlays are not the solution to your accessibility problem
"The industry is largely in agreement that only 30ish % of accessibility issues can be detected through code analysis. That means 70 % of accessibility issues can't even be *detected* via code analysis much less fixed."
- Building Multi-Directional Layouts | CSS-Tricks
"The :dir() pseudo-class is a new selector modifier that selects an element based on its direction value."
- MSEdgeExplainers/explainer.md at master · MicrosoftEdge/MSEdgeExplainers · GitHub
"The spanning CSS media feature can be used to test whether the browser window is spanning across multiple diplays."