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  1. Enhancing archives navigation, step 1

    I decided years ago to remove paged navigation (aka "pagination"), because I find it not user friendly at all, and a nightmare for SEO with new content pushing one tenth of contents to another page (for a 10 items per page pagination). Now, I improved the UX even further.

  2. Wonder if #EveryLayout's sidebar could be used for a media component where the image is on top by default, and on the right when there's enough space.

    Looks like it's either 1st element on the left or 2nd element on the right… 🤔

    A media element based on EveryLayout's sidebar?

  3. screenshot of What we learned from user testing of accessible client-side routing techniques with Fable Tech Labs

    Marcy Sutton avatar Marcy Sutton

    What we learned from user testing of accessible client-side routing techniques with Fable Tech Labs

    There are multiple variations recommended in the industry for accessible, client-rendered page changes, yet very little user research on those methods. Therefore, we wanted to find out which techniques are the most ergonomic and intuitive to users with disabilities, and if any of the techniques presented barriers detracting from their browsing experience.

  4. screenshot of The (extremely) loud minority

    Andy Bell avatar Andy Bell

    The (extremely) loud minority

    Always remember that although a subset of the JavaScript community can be very loud, they represent a paltry portion of the web as a whole. This means that when they say something like “CSS sucks”—what they mean is “CSS sucks for a small subset of less than 1 percent of the web”

  5. How I build my SVG sprites

    I'm using an SVG sprite on this site to make sure I don't repeat SVG code for icons that are used multiple times, and I inline it so the rendering doesn't depend on another resource loading. Here's how I build this sprite from individual SVG icons.

  6. screenshot of The Prodigal Techbro

    Maria Farrell avatar Maria Farrell

    The Prodigal Techbro

    Allowing people who share responsibility for our tech dystopia to keep control of the narrative means we never get to the bottom of how and why we got here, and we artificially narrow the possibilities for where we go next.