I have mixed feelings about URLs without an extension (.html for example) or a trailing slash. It certainly comes mostly from 25 years of unexpected behaviors with HTTP servers and other Web plumbering.
J'ai beau essayer de toujours penser à mettre en route ce qu'il me faut pour géolocaliser mes photos de voyages, j'oublie parfois. Et là, c'est le drame. 😭
URLs, a poll:
(there is a right answer)
This is an important question for #Eleventy users, because you can't have both
/about/index.mdwith Eleventy default behavior.
In #Pack11ty, a single setting is enough to decide: https://pack11ty.dev/documentation/collections/#permalinks
Bon bin voilà… 💉 + 💉 + 💉 + 🦠 🤷♂️
It looks like when I preload an image on #Cloudinary, the automatic best format selection (
f_auto) doesn't work! 😱
These two requests have the exact same URL:
When asked about how to sort languages for the W3C site redesign, Richard made a great detailed answer, with a nice focus on user needs:
Maintenant que mes photos sont enfin prêtes, j'ai hâte que commence l'exposition « Regards multiples » de mon Photo Club à Draveil.
You can now filter the tags by usage frequency! 🏷🏷🏷
Can you guess which are my favorite topics? 😅
Support for JPEG XL in Firefox just got a much better priority!
P5 → P3 🤩
The problem with the current A/B testing tools is they construct the test on the client. They block rendering until they can determine which experiment group the current user should be in, and then they update the DOM based on that experiment’s parameters. On slow connections or low-end devices, this can mean users are staring at a blank screen for seconds waiting for network requests to finish before rendering can even start.
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