Posted by Emily Schechter, Chrome Security Team To help users browse the web safely, Chrome indicates connection security with an icon in the address bar. Historically, Chrome has not explicitly
Theoretically, anyone can access the web. In reality, disabled people are excluded.Compared to other public spaces, the internet provides us with choices for how we consume and interact. We can use
Knock out two birds with one stone by saving your latest commit message to Harvest
You should be using h2 (HTTP/2) and HTTPS and compelling reasons to make the switch to HTTPS if for you still haven’t.
Google is changing how it interprets your 301 (and other 30X) redirects. Heres a comparison of the old and the new, and what you should already be doing.
I heard you like bullet points, so I made an article containing hundreds of those bad boys. To kick things off, here
Safari on iOS has required a user gesture to play media in a
A Single Div: a CSS drawing project by Lynn Fisher
align-content Triggers layout Triggers paint Triggers composite align-items Triggers layout Triggers paint Triggers composite align-self
Some observational points on why you should work on investing in quality content, a good platform, and classic marketing
Personal site of Luke Clark. Links, snippets and sometimes words.