• How to Make Your eZine Work for You Long After It’s Published

    If you publish an email newsletter, do you convert the issues to   HTML  and archive them on your website? If you haven’t been doing so, you should start now, today. “But the free mailing service I use already archives them.” you say. That’s great! That …

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    Thank You (2016 Edition)

    Another year in the bag! As we do every year, I’d like to look back at the year by-the-numbers and see how we did. It’s also an opportunity to say how grateful I am to you all. All things considered, the web design and development …

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  • General Settings

    Designing for “Show scroll bars”

    In macOS, users have the ability to set when they want to see scrollbars in windows. This affects all windows in the operating system, including in web browsers. They have three choices: Automatically based on mouse or trackpad When scrolling Always Which means you are …

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    To use Google Groups Discussions, please enable JavaScript in your browser settings, and then refresh this page. . My Account Search Maps YouTube Play News Gmail Drive Calendar Google+ Translate Photos More Shopping Wallet Finance Docs Books Blogger Contacts Hangouts Even more from Google Sign …

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    CSS Writing Modes

    Since you may not have a lot of time, I’m going to start at the end, with the dessert. You can use a little-known, yet important and powerful CSS property to make text run vertically. Like this. Or instead of running text vertically, you can …

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    Programming With Yii2: Helpers

    What You’ll Be Creating If you’re asking, “What’s Yii?” check out Introduction to the Yii Framework, which reviews the benefits of Yii and includes an overview of Yii 2.0. What Are Helpers? In the Programming With Yii2 series, I’m guiding readers in use of the Yii2 Framework for PHP. In this …

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  • The “Optimal Image Format” for Each Browser

    Perhaps you’ve heard about the WebP image format? And how it’s a pretty good performance win, for the browsers that support it? Well that’s only for Blink-based browsers, at the moment. Estelle Weyl’s article Image Optimization explains the best image format for each browser: Browser …

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  • Overrides

    Presentation Attributes vs Inline Styles

    This is a distinction worth knowing about. They look pretty similar. They can do some of the same things. But, one is very easy to override and the other is not. Inline styles are likely a bit more familiar: <div style=”width: 300px; height: 300px;”> Inline …

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  • Front-End Performance Checklist 2017

    Are you using progressive booting already? What about tree-shaking and code-splitting in React and Angular? Have you set up Brotli or Zopfli compression, OCSP stapling and HPACK compression? Also, how about resource hints, client hints and CSS containment — not to mention IPv6, HTTP/2 and service …

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  • An Overview of Client-Side Storage

    Ire Aderinokun: There are currently four active methods for storing data on the client side. Cookies (old school, still useful because they are sent with server requests) Local Storage (very easy to use) Session Storage (exactly the same, only clears when the tab is closed) …

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