Back in January I had the pleasure and privilege of attending THAT Conference Austin as a workshop presenter, and I thought it would be cool to share my review. The Conference One thing I noticed about the THAT community when…
Read More Recap of my experience at THAT Conference 2023
This page provides resources for working with CSS Name Colors. It contains Named Color groups, palettes, favorites, and even fun facts.
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Read More Promises, Thenables, & Lazy-evaluation: What, Why, How
My 2022-year-in-review for blogging. It covers my top posts from this year, top all-time posts by traffic, and the insights I’ve gleaned from the data.
Read More Top 2022 Blog Hits and What I Learned
Learn how the CSS :has() pseudo-class can improve HTML forms through validation hints, conditional content, fancier designs, and more.
Read More 5 ways CSS :has() can make your HTML forms even better
When choosing between pixels and rems in CSS, you should almost always use rems. It's a simple rule to follow. This article explains why.
Read More PX or REM in CSS? Just Use REM
This is an introduction to Coolify, a project that can deploy custom applications based on Git events. It's similar to a self-hosted Netlify or Heroku.
Read More Automatically Deploy Apps to VPS with Git Triggers & Coolify
Learn how to make HTML images better for users with responsive sizes and modern formats without making your life as a developer much harder.
Read More 6 Steps to Improve HTML Images For Users & Developers