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Links 1 through 10 of 5300 Jeremy Keith's Bookmarks

A thorough and compelling demonstration of why it makes sense to size all the properties of your components—font size, margins, borders, etc.—in ems or rems rather than mixing in pixels for some properties. It’s all about the scalability, innit?

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This is not only a really good explanation of CSS grid layout, it’s also a practical walkthrough, recreating the layout of the Financial Times. I think if I followed along at home, writing the markup and CSS outlined here, it would me to get this stuff “clicking” in my brain.

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Jen tackles six aspects of web design that were true …but no longer. Everything must be a floating bar of soap Rectangles; only rectangles We can’t control the fold 12 columns is best We have to use a layout framework We are stuck in a rut because of RWD

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Chrome is going to refuse to parse document.write for users on a slow connection. On the one hand, I feel that Google intervening in this way is a bit icky, but I on the other hand, I totally support this move. This keeps happening. Google announce a change (usually related to search) where I think

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Slack ammo.

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Here’s a handy graph from Paul: Powered by data from caniuse.com and StatCounter, this page indicates the percentage of users who have a browser that natively supports various web platform features.

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Disappointed in your cakes I am.

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This is a really great step-by-step walkthrough of adding a service worker to a website. Mike mentions the gotchas he encountered along the way, and describes how he incrementally levelled up the functionality. If you’ve been going through a similar process, please write it down and share it like t

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My new favourite Twitter account.

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The Museum of Wi-Fi exists to preserve these vestiges of our neighbourhood battlefields. Some are brilliantly smart, some are just purely gross. They all belong in the museum.

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