I love the font Just Another Hand, but I don't like the positioning of the hyphen & equals glyphs. Thankfully I can use CSS fonts to fix it!
There's a proposal for adding a new
<h> element to the HTML spec, but can we solve the problem in a way that benefits the existing web?
Turns out, mouse events don't fire when the pointer is over disabled form elements, except in Firefox. This is annoying when implementing things like drag & drop.
A few weeks ago I was at Heathrow airport getting a bit of work done before a flight, and I noticed something odd about the performance of GitHub: It was quicker to open links in a new window than simply click them. Turns out it was a lack of streaming…
One of the great things about SVG is you can use media queries to add responsiveness to images, but which viewport triggers those media queries?
On July 28th-29th we met up in the Mozilla offices in Toronto to discuss the core service worker spec. here are the headlines…
rel="noopener" prevents opened pages tampering with the original page, but it also has a performance benefit.
Getting caching right yields huge performance benefits, saves bandwidth, and reduces server costs, but many sites half-arse their caching, creating race conditions resulting in interdependent resources getting out of sync.