Mozilla has always championed the open web. So why is it abandoning desktop web apps, the most powerful alternative to proprietary App Stores?
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Another good explanation of how the web is exactly what its supposed to be, warts and all.
I poked at a tweet from Ken Kocienda over the weekend: https://twitter.com/chriscoyier/status/1355689687428415490 I don't know Ken, so I feel a little bad
Thank you Chris for summing up the ridiculousness of this argument. The web has issues, but no other platform has the capability, resilience, and potential it has.
For some people, it's apparently easier to manage your own browser than port some web forms from Flash to HTML.
I’ve told this story at conferences – but due to the general situation I thought I’d retell it here. A few years ago I was doing policy research in a housing benefits office in Lo…
This is why I push back when people complain about how bad the web is, how we need to trash it and start over.
Last month I delved into security headers including Content Security Policies and added a bunch of them to my website. As a result this has improved my website
How to spice up your blog posts with minimal effort.
I don't have a static site, but I'm going to try using some of these tips. I'd love to play around with art direction and animations on my site. I always love the look of sites like this, but don't know how to go about it on my own site. I'm working on a small design update of my site already and the CSS custom properties tip was already something I was thinking about. So, I'll start there and see how having those variables allows me to modify different posts.
“Higher Level Custom Properties” are Custom Properties that control multiple other CSS Properties. Although still a proposal it's worth having a look already as they're really exciting.
An in-depth article on how to handle short and long content in CSS.