Jérôme tells us how he structures his Eleventy projects.
Based on #CanIUse data, using
gap with Flexbox with no fallback means half iOS users won't get the right layout.
It might be a bit too soon… 🥲
There is a page on #Wikipedia to tell us how to add quotes to pages:
Is there a page somewhere with recommendations on how to quote Wikipedia pages on other sites?
Working on my photography site, I wanted to show a few photos from folder in a gallery, and built something cool with just CSS.
But is it really cool, or just cool once and then annoying?
Try it live on desktop: nicolas-hoizey.photo/travels/europe/
I finally decided the effect on hover was too invasive and difficult to tweak, so I changed for a much more traditional way to show multiple images of a folder: a diaporama with a Ken Burns effect.
Looks like people are searching #Unsplash for free illustrations about the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games! 😲
After 17 years, my photos have been seen 2 million times on #Flickr! 🎉
This is a different use case, but fewer photos have been seen 10 times more on #Unsplash in just 4 years… 🤷♂️
I'm not using Jekyll anymore, but I would have liked to find such a detailed documentation when I did start using it, years ago.
Makes perfectly sense, they couldn't have done it with a Web site… 🤷♂️
while the homepage may not be the predominant entrance path it once was […], it still serves a central role as an anchor for the site’s category taxonomy, and an escape route — a place to refer back to throughout the shopping session.
Bramus shows how the situation might finally improve for viewport height CSS units, more than 6 years after I reported the unreliable 100vh value as a bug to webkit, and webkit replied it was "intended".
margin-block CSS logical property really still not supported in #Edge ? 😭
These are really nice ways to use CSS Grid!
To make a fair comparison you really have to pay meticulous attention to encoder settings, normalizing quality, and ensuring that compared images are in fact comparable.