RegExr is an online tool to learn, build, & test Regular Expressions.
My notes and reminders for handling promises with
await In Real Life.
Skinning your prototypes just got easier - colors.css is a collection of skin classes to use while prototyping in the browser.
Here’s how to improve performance and prevent layout jank when browsers load responsive images.
Here, Ed provides some handy code to convert a Markdown-formatted string into HTML in Nunjucks via an Eleventy shortcode.
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.
Sometimes, for reasons unknown, we find that clicking or tapping an element just isn’t working. Here’s a CSS-based approach that might help.
A while back I read a great SVG icon tip from Andy Bell which I’d been meaning to try and finally did so today. Andy recommended that for icons with text labels we set the
height of the icons to
1em since that will size them proportionately to the adjacent text and additionally lets us use
font-size to make any further sizing tweaks.
When taking the DIY approach to building a new server, Certbot is a great option for installing secure certificates. However, sometimes you can run into problems. Here, I review the main recurring issues I’ve encountered and how I fixed them.
I’ve used Git for many years but it still trips me up. At times I’ve worked primarily in a GUI (like Sourcetree or Fork), and other times directly on the command line. I’ve worked on projects where I’ve been the sole developer and others where I’m part of a large team. Regardless of the tools or context, I’ve learned there are certain need-to-knows. Here’s a list of useful Git commands for my reference and yours.
dialog: a new, easier, standards-based means of rendering a popup or modal dialogue.
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