“Fuck it, ship it.”
Comments shouldn’t be used to iterate how logic works.
The Web is a very strange industry. In the short time I’ve had a career in developing I still find it amazing that the very people creating the web are simultaneously building the tools for it.
We’re not even in 2013 but I feel I’m exhausted with all the great advancements which have been made
Either have a style guide to work from, or have reasons for how you structure your CSS.
Last weekend I had the unfortunate pleasure of trying to complete one of the most coveted ultramarathon achievements: 100 miles (160km) within 24 hours. It’s not particularly normal to feel the need to do something like this, but I never obtained satisfaction from normal things. I tend to relish doing the obscure.
Go to an API hack day. Use no API’s.
Webkit doesn’t exactly follow the W3C’s draft for CSS3 transforms…
Modernizr, pseudo-elements, easter-eggs, minifying and gzipping… it’s all in here.
Having just one HTTP request really only produces (let’s face it) a crappy looking blog. I use my own boilerplate to help set up a basic foundation whenever I start a new build.
We have only ourselves to blame for static websites. Pure HTML by definition is completely responsive.