I really like the way that Amber doesn’t go straight to the end solution but instead talks through her thought process when adding a feature to her site.
I didn’t know about
scroll-margin-top! I wonder if you could apply a universal rule …like, say you’ve got a fixed header that’s
2em in height, couldn’t you declare:
It looks (a more complex version of) fragmention might be coming to Chrome.
Another dive into the archives of the www-talk mailing list. This time there are some gems about the origins of the
input element, triggered by the old
Instapaper is going to add support for fragmentions. Seems like a match made in heaven.
A look at the degree of diversity in Android devices, complete with pretty pictures. The term “fragmentation” is usually used in a negative way, but there are great points here about the positive effects for web developers and customers.
You say fragmentation, I say diversity.
I can empathise with Scott’s worries about fragmentation on the front-end with Saas, Styles, LESS, Compass, yada, yada, yada.
I want to share my code with everyone who writes CSS, not a subset of that group.