A comparison of the many different methods for embedding SVG into HTML webpages. Which work best with light/dark-mode, client cacheing, interactive mode, and more.
Source code minification is beneficial, but the resulting obfuscation reduces trust and transparency. Source maps can help restore these and let people learn.
You can easily get unexpected HTML+RDFa Lite parsing results by unknowingly using it with RDFa Core attributes that just happens to also be HTML attributes.
A tutorial on how to load native lazy-loading images earlier in Safari and Firefox. Speed up page loading while keeping visitors from seeing loading images.
Night mode in Samsung browser explained. How it breaks page contrast and accessibility, pastelify SVG colors, and why web developers can’t do anything about it.
Take some simple precautions when referencing outdated, incorrect, or misinformation via a link. Label it for human and machine readers.
Web browsers has different priorities and user experience trade-offs in their lazy-loading image implementations. Firefox and Safari vastly different to Chrome.
IPFS splits files into chunks. Smarter splitting points in HTML files can create more reusable/deduplicatd chunks with higher availability.
AddToAny offers privacy-by-default content-sharing and is well-suited as a light-weight falback to the native Web Share API.
Learn the difference between dns-prefecth vs preconnect, how to work around browser bugs, and when to use which? iOS and Safari requires special attention.
Reduce the file size of compressed webpages by optimizing the order of <meta> and <link> elements in the document <head> section.
Windows opened from your website can redirect the opening tab to a new destination. Mitigations break window.open() functionality like sizing and positioning.