This is a wonderful interactive explanation of the way CSS hierarchy works—beautiful!
Test your knowledge of the original version of HTML—how many elements can you name?
In which Matthew disects a multiple choice quiz that uses CSS to do some clever logic, using the
:checked pseudo-class and
A Voight-Kampff machine for uncovering infiltrators in the ranks.
This is really good fun! And thanks to service workers, it works offline too.
The rounds are:
- Dead or Not Dead,
- Number 1 or Not Number 1, and
- Oscar or Not Oscar.
A terrific quiz about browser performance from Jake. I had the pleasure of watching him present this in a bar in Amsterdam—he was like a circus carny hoodwinking the assembled geeks.
I guarantee you won’t get all of this right, and that’s a good thing: you’ll learn something. If you do get them all right, either you are Jake or you are very, very sad.
The truth about startups. Got a startup? Take the quiz. It’s harsh but fair.
Clearly my knowledge of cheese and fonts is way worse than I realised.
Match the MacGuffin to the movie. Like Hangman for films.
This little quiz is surprisingly addictive: match the inane comment to the YouTube video.