Digital products which are a public accommodation must be accessible, or will be subject to a lawsuit (and probably lose).
Here, Ed provides some handy code to convert a Markdown-formatted string into HTML in Nunjucks via an Eleventy shortcode.
A fairly rigid commit format (
feat etc) which should lead to your git log being an easy-to-skim changelog.
Now that we have the HTML attribute
loading we can set
loading="lazy" on our website’s media, and the loading of non-critical, below-the-fold media will be deferred until the user scrolls to them.
Last Tuesday, 20/8/19 I made the train trip east for a day at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
I have an open-source, Eleventy-based project where the posts are restaurants, each of which is located in a particular city, and contributors to the repo can add a new restaurant as a simple markdown file.
I’ve been admiring the wave effect at the foot of banners on Netlify’s website and had noted that they were achieved using SVG. So this tool which helps you “make waves” is pretty timely!
In second year a nice school pal introduced me to The Cure when I was on an otherwise strict diet of rave tapes. Mixed Up with its dubby extended mixes sealed the deal. Shamefully haven’t yet seen them live so I’m at fever pitch for tomorrow’s gig at Bellahouston Park. Hopefully see some of you there!
Evan Minto notes that flexible grids created with CSS Grid’s
minmax are only intrinsically responsive (responsive to their container rather than the viewport) up to a point, because when the container width is narrower than the minimum width specified in
minmax the grid children overflow.