Thanks for the heads-up.
Just the other night I said that I would pay good money for a recut of the new remake of Das Boot but with just the submarine scenes …y’know, the thing that made the original version work.
It violates a fundamental principle of the web: GET requests shouldn’t have side effects …and it should be safe to visit a web page:
Didn’t Steve Krug write a book about the Firefox UI?
Don’t Make Me Think In Russian
Using TranslateY for the eyelid animation is brilliant!
You’re a terrific programmer, Diana!
“Would you like to add navigation transitions to your site without making your site an SPA?”
Yes! Yes! A thousand times, yes!
And I know @ChrisCoyier feels the same:
Thanks for the heads-up: should be fixed now.
It is very good, but be warned that it has the same kind of mood as Never Let Me Go—something of a downer.
…although with a bit of searching, it doesn’t take long to figure out what all the initialisms stand for:
Genuine question: why is it that, in web performance circles in general, whenever three words are put into a sequence, they are instantly replaced by their initial letters?
It seems very exlusionary to anyone without the decoder ring.
Hey Sophia, I would be honoured! Drop me a line: jeremy at adactio dot com.
And thanks so much for reading Resilient Web Design!
Here’s more on that topic:
I think it was @Brad_Frost who first coined those front and back terms:
Let’s make it happen!
I’m gathering existing usage here:
Such a perfect fit!
All of @Clearleft is cheering you on from the sidelines!
“Nothing is stopping you from doing the same.”
…if you’re also a white man.
(Otherwise it’s hard enough making a career out of doings things you are totally qualified for.)
Aw, that’s so kind of you—thank you so much, Jen!
Here’s an invaluable tool for HTML emails:
(for users, that is)