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The CSS Cascade
The CSS Cascade is one of the most powerful parts of CSS. But it can also be very frustrating, if not well understood. Anyone who’s worked on a large enough website has complained "Why won’t this CSS property work?!" And we’ve all been tempted to throw an !important to strong-arm things into place.
webdesign  css  browser 
5 weeks ago by dirtystylus
Google Docs works surprisingly well in Safari on iPadOS - The Verge
Answers first: Apple is setting the “user agent” (the thing browsers use to tell websites what they are) to the desktop version of Safari. That means websites won’t default to serving their mobile versions because they see an iOS-based browser. After that, though, Apple is optimizing that site to work with touch (and the iPad’s keyboard). So it was pretty easy to hit all of Google Docs’ menu buttons, and keyboard shortcuts were no problem.
ipad  ipados  ios  apple  browser  safari  google  rwd 
june 2019 by dirtystylus
Andy Bell on Twitter: "If we bake React into the browser, do we bake the toxic masculinity, links with a cesspit social network and the under-representation of folks who aren’t CIS-men? Or was it just the component model and diffing that you want?"
If we bake React into the browser, do we bake the toxic masculinity, links with a cesspit social network and the under-representation of folks who aren’t CIS-men?

Or was it just the component model and diffing that you want?
reactjs  browser  techculture 
june 2019 by dirtystylus
Katie Hempenius on Twitter: "How to measure a page's 3rd party content in DevTools: Type in the networks panel: -domain:*.thatDomain.com For sites w/ multiple 1st party domains (e.g. Youtube): // use a space to separate filters -domain:*.youtube.com -doma
How to measure a page's 3rd party content in DevTools:

Type in the networks panel:
-domain:*.thatDomain.com

For sites w/ multiple 1st party domains (e.g. Youtube):
// use a space to separate filters
-domain:*.youtube.com -domain:*.ytimg.com

Metrics are at the bottom of panel.
webperf  performance  devtools  browser 
january 2019 by dirtystylus
Mâni on Twitter: "Websites that re-implement scrolling behavior with weird easing functions deserve to get bumped down in Search engines. ugh. The browser implements scrolling. WHY DO YOU FEEL THE NEED?"
Websites that re-implement scrolling behavior with weird easing functions deserve to get bumped down in Search engines. ugh. The browser implements scrolling. WHY DO YOU FEEL THE NEED?
easing  scrolling  scrolljack  ux  browser 
december 2018 by dirtystylus
Chris Coyier on Twitter: "Easy way to toggle back and forth between your Grid Layout and fallback layout. https://t.co/ZZkYyvKsc0"
Easy way to toggle back and forth between your Grid Layout and fallback layout.

[place an x in “grid”, an old Mike Abato trick)
css  css:grid  tips  by:chriscoyier  layout  testing  browser  devtools  webdesign  webdev 
march 2017 by dirtystylus
Every Browser is the New IE (to me) - daverupert.com
For me a moratorium isn’t a solution, I’d rather have a collective prioritization.
browser  progressiveenhancement  ux 
july 2015 by dirtystylus
Project Naptha
highlight, copy, and translate text from any image.
chrome  extension  ocr  browser  highlighting 
april 2014 by dirtystylus
Blind - A 1X Web Browser for Retina Displays - Mac OS X
How do you check how your website looks on a 1x display from a retina device? Blind browser can help you do that —
browser  mac  testing  webdesign  highdpi  retinascreen 
august 2013 by dirtystylus

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