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A bit about the new Debugger Tab in WebKit. Looks handy!
Here’s a nugget of gold:
[V]isual difficulties are not the only reason people need accessible web sites. Those with motor difficulties, who can only use keyboards or special devices like braille readers, head wands, sip and puff controllers, etc. or simply those with unsteady hands that find a mouse difficult to use like the ever-increasing aged population, all need to be able to use the web too.
I don’t know that advocacy is the issue. Perhaps a better title would be “Developers should keep an open mind” or ”The most important thing to know is you don’t know everything”.
This is a great post and Colin makes a lot of the same arguments I make in Chapter 5 of Adaptive Web Design, Second Edition. Great minds!
A few awesome examples of using automatically-calculated margins in flexbox layouts.
PPK shares some truly valuable info about
input[type=range] in this exhaustive post.
If you don’t want to run Vorlon.js via Node, you don’t have to.
TL;DR Many Facebook widgets are just fronts for getting at your (often private) data.
The lovely Tim Kadlec offers his recommendations for holiday reading. His review of my book made me tear up. Seriously.