To build good websites, I think we should prioritise working websites above gathering potentially useful data (if doing that at all). As developers, we should keep in mind trackers could get blocked and, consequently, never rely on their availability.
We’re seeing more and more types of devices connecting to the web, and semantic HTML can help these devices display your content in a more usable way to their owners. And if your site is more usable than your competitors’, you win, and your boss will erect a massive gold statue of you in the office car park.
The inability to deal with long strings of text is the most basic and maybe most common way components can fail when coming in contact with real data. […] Length is just one of many ways that real text and data can strain a weak design. […] Schedule and budget are the common excuses for not delivering more robust design components. Especially on larger projects, though, learning to incorporate more difficult data into your early design process can save you time in the long run.
J’adore me tromper… Non, j’adore apprendre de mes erreurs, surtout si ça peut aider d’autres à apprendre en même temps.