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Link Share: Issue #2

Today I want to share the podcasts I listen too frequently. Some shows have changed my life. Some shows are new. Some have been around for a long time. The Tim Ferriss Show The Stack Overflow Podcast The Laravel Podcast The GaryVee Audio Experience The CSS Podcast The Case Jarvis LIVE Show Syntax. Planet Money […]

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Mono Fonts with Ligatures for Your IDE

Finding and using the right font for your IDE can be challenging. But, once you find the right font the readability of your code will significantly improve. Let’s review a few mono fonts… specifically those with ligatures. Mono fonts come in two flavors: those with ligatures and those without. My personal preference is to use […]

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Always Use <main>

Confession time. Do you need to make accessibility a higher priority in your work? I know I do. Over the last several months, I’ve made a big push to learn more about the core technologies that make the web accessible to everyone. But, I still need to do way more in the area of accessibility. […]


Vertically & Horizontally Centering an Element with CSS in 2020

Centering an element vertically and horizontally with CSS several years ago was nearly impossible. The process often involved either CSS negative margins or table layouts… all sorts of impractical rubbish. Then CSS flexbox happened. Flexbox made centering and moving elements around the screen fun for the first time in the history of CSS. In fact, […]

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Adding Google Analytics To Your Website While Respecting “Do Not Track”

Adding Google Analytics to your website is a complicated business. No, you shouldn’t merely copy and paste the GA script provided by Google into your site. If you don’t believe me then this post is for you. You see, Google Analytics does not automatically handle “privacy” for you. And, you really need to care about […]