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Post type: share How Flexbox Works

Unlike many parts of CSS, Flexible box layout or Flexbox can be difficult to understand just by using it. It wasn't until this most recent update of CSS Master that I even sort of…

Post type: share Better RSS Titles

I read a fair bit of blogs via RSS, for which I’m using News Explorer on macOS and iOS. When swiping through the articles or looking at the list of blogs in its sidebar, sometimes…

Post type: share Good Read: NFTs are so, so dumb

Like most of what’s ruined the internet, NFTs started as a good idea. When the concept was demoed in 2014, it was presented as a way for digital artists to easily sell and control…

Post type: share Finding the Currently Focused Element

When doing accessibility audits (or even daily web use), too often I come across sites that are missing focus styles. When navigating via keyboard, it can be difficult to see…

Post type: share A Sunny Second

The start of the year has been a very relaxing one this year, especially convenient with the second day being a Sunday. It should always be like that! We‘re also very lucky with…

Post type: share Hello Twenty Twentytwo!

A happy, healthy and successful new year to all of you! ✨ The new year has finally arrived, and I want this year to be better than the previous one. The first day has been a…

Post type: share The Third Web

You are here because you are somehow interested in what the “Web3” or “NFT” thing is about. Maybe someone gave you this link, maybe you follow me somewhere. In this document I’ll…

Post type: share Bartender - A macOS Menu Bar Utility

Bartender is a small macOS app that‘s “ giving you total control over your menu bar items, what's displayed, and when, with menu bar items only showing when you need them. ” Quite…

Post type: share The CSS :has() pseudo-class, aka Parent Selector

Just in time for the holidays, the CSS :has() pseudo-class has arrived in the Safari technology preview 137 , enabled by default. Cool beans! Everybody is pretty excited about…

Post type: share Taba11y - Tab Order Chrome Extension

A nifty little Chrome extension to display the tab order on a site. Firefox has this feature included out of the box, which can be found unter the “Accessibility” tab in the…

Post type: share iOS 15, AirPods Pro and the Boy Who Cried Wolf

Since upgrading to iOS 15 (at first running the beta, now official 15.2), I frequently receive a notification that my AirPods have been left behind at a previous location. Yet…

Post type: share The Fonts Top 1000

Another one from the drafts: Fonts of the top 1000 websites , with a few interesting stats like font-family stacks used, font sizes, sans vs. sans-serif font usage and so on.

Post type: learned Unregistering a Service Worker

After some time, I eventually managed to unregister my service worker on this site, because I kept on running into fetch issues with Kirby ’s panel API. I could not figure out…