A collection of stylesheets that don’t use class selectors. Think of them as alternatives to default user-agent stylesheets.
The discussions around data policy still feel like they are framing data as oil - as a vast, passive resource that either needs to be exploited or protected. But this data isn’t dead fish from millions of years ago - it’s the thoughts, emotions and behaviours of over a third of the world’s population, the largest record of human thought and activity ever collected. It’s not oil, it’s history. It’s people. It’s us.
This is a great HTML boilerplate, with an explanation of every line.
A minimal style sheet that applies some simple rules to HTML elements so you can take a regular web page and drop in this CSS to spruce it up a bit.
Monica shares the little snippet of handy CSS she uses at the start of any project.
Jared’s spot-on takedown of Net Promoter Scores.
(Andy feels this is like criticising GDP, but GDP measures something that actually happened, whereas NPS, like horoscopes or tea-leaf readings, rely on clairvoyance.)
A starter kit of CSS that gives you some basic styles that you can tweak with custom properties.
For when you don’t need the whole boot.
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A very handy starting point for creating a front-end style guide.
Inspired by the recent .net magazine article on “20 leading web designers’ desks for your inspiration”, here’s a blog dedicated to the place where the real web design magic happens: the designer’s poostation.
This amuses me. I am amused.
Me? I'm just pee-shy. From The Meaning of Liff: KETTLENESS (adj.) The quality of not being able to pee while being watched.
This airtoons like animation demonstrates the correct usage of the magic cone.
The world's most reliable news source. Like The Onion, but made by my mate Jamie.