As I have been bookmarking more and more links over the past year, my blog is starting to look more like a Tumblr Blog. So, starting this week, I’m going to be only sending out one post a week (Fridays) for links. The links below will be repeats, but starting next week, there will only be one link post on Friday.
I’m always open to feedback, so let me know if you don’t like this.
- Keeping Safari a secret
- Font Awesome 3.0 is out
This really is a great free icon font that has a wide variety of icons.
- What’s Hot in 2013: Our Picks
- How to Create a Simple Multi-Item Slider
Really cool effect!
- Learn CSS Layout
Wish this was around when I was starting off with CSS.
- Toggling State in CSS
Getting into the head of a web standards writer is pretty cool. Here is Tab’s proposal for toggling in CSS.
- Around friends and family using older browsers?
- What I Learnt Building Twitter Bootstrap
- Backup Strategy: “My Hard Drive Crashed…” (And What I Learned From It)
Backup: If it doesn’t exist in two places, it doesn’t exist at all.
- How To Stay Up To Date on Web Technology // Speaker Deck
- Progressive JPGs: A New Best Practice
You would think a smaller file size would be faster; not always aparently.
- Data Monday: Best of 2012
Luke W’s Data Mondays always has great stuff. Here is the best DM in 2012.
- Opinion Column: The Inconvenient Truth About SEO
“Remember, you shouldn’t be optimizing for search engines, you should be optimizing for users.”
- FooTable: a jQuery Plugin for Responsive Data Tables
This is a very cool way to get tables working on mobile.
- 24 ways: Redesigning the Media Query
- CSS Click Events
- Tools: CSS Baseline: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
This is something that is taught in Typography 101 and the print world uses everyday. So why is it so hard to do on the web?
- Dive into Flexbox
Flexbox is going to be HOT! It’s only IE10+ right now though. I’m sure there is a polyfill out there somewhere though.
- WordPress Plug-in Self Deactivation | 10up
Clever reason to deactivate your plugin. I already have a few plugins that are no longer needed with 3.5
- Everything we know about WordPress 3.5