Just had one last run-through with @Rem of our talk for @FronteersConf tomorrow: How We Built the World Wide Web in Five Days.
Archive: October 2nd, 2019
Replying to a tweet from @GermainSouquet
Thank you—glad you liked it!
Replying to a tweet from @els
But what does it mean!!??
The perfect responsive menu (2019) | Polypane responsive browser
I don’t know about “perfect” but this pretty much matches how I go about implementing responsive navigation (but only if there are too many links to show—visible navigation is almost always preferable).
Same-Site Cookies By Default | text/plain
This is good news. I have third-party cookies disabled in my browser, and I’m very happy that it will become the default.
It’s hard to believe that we ever allowed third-party cookies and scripts in the first place. Between them, they’re responsible for the worst ills of the World Wide Web.
What Makes a Mid-Level Developer? | Amber’s Website
I love the way that Amber is documenting her journey—I think this is so useful for others making the progression from junior to mid-level developer.
Brighton Bloggers 2019 meet-up – orbific.com
Some reminiscing at a recent Homebrew Website Club prompted James to organise a Brighton bloggers meetup …ten years on from the last one!
Mark your calendar: October 21st.
While you’re making your calendar, be sure to put in the dates for Indie Web Camp Brighton: October 19th and 20th. It would be lovely see some Brighton bloggers there!
Some photos from a lively discussion between Alex Russell and me at View Source in Amsterdam led Remy to create this meme generator.
You can see some results here and here.
This is not to be confused with a certain other photo which has led to its own memification here and here.
Replying to a tweet from @LeaVerou
See you soon!