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Icon for post type: learned Lazy Loading Inline Frames

There’s a new loading attribute that allows native lazy loading in Chrome. The loading attribute is not a standard yet, but it’s being worked on and I’m really looking forward to it, I …

Icon for post type: share Optimised Kirby Content Images

For some time it has been bugging me that I couldn’t add optimised images to Kirby’s textarea markdown. There’s been many times I wished that I could optimise those images to my likin …

Icon for post type: share State-Controlled Social Media

One of the huge topics today is that Twitter has taken down a ”significant state-backed information operation“. Over the last few days I have seen a lot of comments on how the Pro …

Icon for post type: share Modern Web Development on the JAMstack

A few weeks ago I started looking into Vue.js and static site generators to get a better idea what all the latest hype is about. So far it's been quite fun and I enjoyed learning …

Icon for post type: learned Implementing Better Open Graph Article Information

Since I will to share more content again, I wanted to improve the Open Graph tags on my site, so when shared, the page would present correct and well-formed information. After …

Icon for post type: share Dropbox Alternatives

After seeing a question about alternatives to Dropbox, I thought it might be a good idea to share the few options that came up, plus an additional one that I do use myself. One …

Icon for post type: share Eco-Yeah

Bearface is now a senior, and with age comes a tendency to share indoor gifts of the odorous kind. We set up a couple of trays for him and started off with standard litter, but …

Icon for post type: share Dato - A Better Menu Bar Clock

Via Twitter today I found Dato , a new macOS menu bar clock app by Sindre Sorhus . I like its simplicity, with the added bonus of displaying different cities with their respective …

Icon for post type: share Faceless Paintings

Via the Dense Discovery newsletter I saw the art of Joseph Lee and I have to say that I really do love these faceless paintings. It’s an amazing style and even though there are no f …

Icon for post type: share CSS-in-HTML

Yesterday I came across this tweet and it made me smile. I’m not sure how many developers nowadays are aware of the fact of this having being the everyday reality a long time ago, b …

Icon for post type: remembered Thinking of “You Got This”

Over the last few days I have remembered and thought about Jeffrey Zeldman ’s article “ You Got This ” in which he wrote about learning new things and how it can be quite hard, how i …

Icon for post type: share Resource: Stupid .htaccess Tricks

While I was trying to figure out how I can add different .htaccess directives for different environments, I came across Stupid .htaccess Tricks by Jeff Starr . It’s a pretty old p …

Icon for post type: share Undoing GIT

Every once in a while there’s something new to figure out in GIT, and most of the time it’s about fixing something that I screwed up… The other day I came across this handy guide which …

Icon for post type: share Testing Webmentions

I have finally added webmentions to my site, but it’s not yet working correctly all the way. Bear with me while I will send this (and possibly a few more) test that will show up i …

Icon for post type: learned <hr>: The Thematic Break Element

Did you know that the good old <hr> element has changed to a semantic meaning? What we used to know as the “Horizontal Rule” element which was just a line, now is called the “Th …