I can't believe I didn't share this great article sooner, when Matthias published it 3 years ago (already!).
Hi, I'm Nicolas Hoizey.
TIL in #Eleventy
inputPathgives the path to the source content, not to the template generating the page, when we use pagination… Where can I guet the template path? 🤔
Lē McNamara uses the spoon theory to explain how cognitively diverse people might suffer from some design decisions, even if sites respect current WCAG rules.
I really wish I could set my own colors for graphs in #SpeedCurve, or at least they should choose different ones, this is difficult to read when colors are so close to each other. 😔
Did @StepsizeHQ use a screenshot of my own Gremlins extension for #VSCode to illustrate a similar extension but made for JetBrains?
Looks like he did… 😅
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JAMstack often promotes itself as an excellent way to provide performant sites. It's even the first listed benefit on jamstack.wtf, a "guide [which] gathers the concept of JAMstack in a straight-forward guide to encourage other developers to adopt the workflow". But too many JAMstack sites are very slow.
I really like that SpeedCurve tried to innovate with this recent "User Happiness" metric (original version). It aggregates multiple technical metrics to decide if users visiting the page are happy or not with it. But I see several issues in this metric.
Evan Minto wrote a great article showing the Internet Archive has tested the actual root font-size set by their visitors, and the result shows a lot of people still change the default one: Pixels vs. Ems: Users DO Change Font Size.
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