The long-awaited CSS feature has finally landed behind a flag in Chrome Canary. In this article, we will take a look at an example of using them in conjunction with a clever, AI-based cropping solution from Cloudinary.
Social share cards are a great addition to any website, however building them manually could be challenging. This article discusses how to create them in an automated way, and it also introduced a plugin that can be used with Eleventy.
Light and dark mode options are frequently added to websites; however, most solutions implement it as two-states, righteously. In this post, we'll take a look at a better, three-state approach.
Lazy-loading is a concept that allows us to defer the loading of certain components to eliminate potential performance bottlenecks. This article discusses lazy-loading techniques for popular frontend frameworks.
Explaining the three basic CSS positioning models in order to understand the concept of CSS.
Inspection of different pillar elements of HTML and the importance of them. Including topics like images, divs, forms, different tags and other key elements of HTML.
This article discusses how to make modern, visual websites more accessible for visitors having visual impairments. We have coined this 'media accessibility' or 'm16y'.
Today there are three popular rendering mechanism used: server-side rendering (SSR), client-side rendering (CSR) and pre-rendering. This article reviews how they differ from one to the other.
Useful informations for beginners, about how the workings of the internet, including topics such as IP addresses, webservers and more.
In this article, we'll review the latest proposed additions to HTML - more precisely we'll discuss HTML 5.2 and HTML 5.3.
En este artículo vamos a tratar de responder una pregunta muy importante: quién es un desarrollador full stack?