An interview with Ashley ‘Dotty’ Charles, a writer and broadcaster, on the topic of online outrage.
By shouting about the little things, are we neglecting to talk about the bigger issues in modern society? We discuss performative outrage, the role of the social media provocateur and the strange case of Rachel Dolezal.
From Steve Schoger:
A collection of repeatable SVG background patterns for you to use on your web projects.
A human-friendly datepicker. Supports natural language manual input through Chrono.js. Fully accessible with keyboard and screen reader.
Sam Dutton advises how to use cross-platform browser features to build sign-in forms that are secure, accessible and easy to use.
UK rap legend Rodney P reveals how the first generation of British-born black kids was inspired by the avant-garde musical fusions of black America in the 70s to lay the foundations of modern-day multiculturalism by creating the first black British music culture with the jazz-funk movement.
Who said navigation has to be in the header of every page? If your front end is extremely lightweight or if you have a long list of menu items to display in your navigation, the most practical method might be to create a separate page to list them all.
Scott Jehl of Filament Group demonstrates a one-liner technique for loading external CSS files without them delaying page rendering.
Some serious CSS Grid positioning, image manipulation and alpha transparency ninjitsu on display here from Stephanie Eckles!
This episode explores creating website heroes - aka “headers” - with one of my favorite ways to use CSS grid layout: by turning it into a canvas.
Given what we can now do with CSS, do we still need Sass?
Sass was the hare. CSS is the tortoise. Sass blazed the trail, but now native CSS can achieve much the same result.