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Great (and Free!) Web Development Books You Can Get Online

Right after “Where is the best place to learn?” perhaps the most commonly asked question I hear from folks getting into code is “What web development books should I get to learn?” Well, consider this an answer to that question as I’ve curated a list of books that are not only great for getting into […]

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Single Element Loaders: The Bars

We’ve looked at spinners. We’ve looked at dots. Now we’re going to tackle another common pattern for loaders: bars. And we’re going to do the same thing in this third article of the series as we have the others …

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Conditionally Styling Selected Elements in a Grid Container

Calendars, shopping carts, galleries, file explorers, and online libraries are some situations where selectable items are shown in grids (i.e. square lattices). You know, even those security checks that ask you to select all images with crosswalks or whatever.…

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De-Mystifying IndieWeb on a WordPress Site

Well, sheesh. I opened a little can of worms when sharing Miriam’s “Am I on the IndieWeb yet?” with a short post bemoaning my own trouble getting on the IndieWeb train. But it’s a good can of worms.

I think …

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break-before

The CSS break-before property is neat in that it allows, forces, or prevents breaks in paged media, multi-column layouts, and regions. When applying the property to an element, what we’re doing is providing an instruction for whether to break or …

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Am I on the IndieWeb yet?

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Can’t smash the Like button hard enough for what Miriam Suzanne has to say on the challenging technical hurdles of implementing Webmentions:

The first round required several online services along with HTML & JS changes to my static site, just to verify my

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