Make a meaningful improvement in user experience for your website visitors, especially those with slow internet, with semi-progressive JPEG loading.
You must implement the Beacon API the way WebKit deems to be “the right way” to make it work on iOS, Safari, and WebKit browsers.
Where do you even begin to choose from the overwhelming number of monitor options on the market? How I prioritized features when choosing a replacement monitor.
The majority of websites don’t compress their favicon files despite an impressive average file size reduction of over 70 %.
Tutorial for quieting Multicast DNS using various firewall front-ends for Linux’s iptables firewall such as FirewallD and Ubuntu’s UFW.
A small Google AdSense publishers’ perspective on Firefox’s new cookie-blocking policy change. It can be good for the open web ecosystem in the long run.
Plain text isn’t HTML. Many clients decode it as XML and then strip away the resulting HTML anyway. The spec is clear, but many implementations are buggy.
An error message indicating that Apple removed a software update from its servers may be caused by an issue with a local content caching service.
Why the <link> element, a metadata element for link type data, is better suited for links than the more generic <meta> element.
A quick tutorial using wayback_archiver to submit single webpages or entire websites to the Internet Archive’s collection.
Ask Fedora removed tens of thousands of questions-and-answers, but you can now access all of them through the Internet Archive.
I got a faster disk and investigate alternate file systems to fix a disk I/O performance bottlenecked. The difference between BtrFS and Ext4 were unexpected.