Not all disabilities are treated equally and you can’t create 100% accessible space. Those two rules are absolute. What you can do is to create things which can be easily made accessible. CSS Tricks is tricky but it can be made accessible for a subset of people living with anxiety.
My first version of CSS was 2 and the latest CSS version is 3 which was kind of released in early 2010’s. And since then we are to some degree stuck with it even though CSS from 2018 is a lot more capable than CSS from 2012.
Recently I’ve been making changes to a front-end code written by couple of Java developers very long time ago and worst offenders were vertically centered images.
January is almost over and I am starting to consider going full time freelance again, or at least I find a project which is a good fit for me. Continue reading “Interesting things from the web – Week 4 of 2018”
Recently I remade my current theme with few adjustments. It’s not done and it probably never will be done because I can tweak it. Continue reading “Making Sadie theme – experimental features”
With redesign I chose to make a space for an animation between the menu and the actual content. It’s always an SVG animation, so nothing which would cause huge data transfers, current one is 4KB big. I am close to paganism so Winter solstice is more important event to me than Christmas, so I made animation which represents it. Continue reading “How I made Winter solstice animation”
Games are bane of my ADD/ASD existence. I love them and hate them at the same time because my brain uses them to run away and sometimes forces me to fall into an addiction-like states. Fortunately there are also good games which force you to practice CSS. Continue reading “CSS learning games”
In part one I stopped in the middle of the strange chapter because I wasn’t sure if I should classify certain units into the strange or obscure category. Now I made up my mind, so without a further ado let’s finish the strange ones.
A lot of digital pages were destroyed with digital ink by developers writing about the measurements in CSS. So let’s waste some more because I can and it is probably time to refresh my memory. Did you know that kHz and Hz are valid units? Continue reading “CSS measurements: the normal, the strange, the obscure. Part 1”
Namespaces are a bit obscure feature in CSS but it is a feature which can come handy when you want to embed SVGs or other XML documents into HTML code. Even though it is not necessary to use namespaces in CSS and simply add styles into the XML mark up, it is definitely a good option when you want to disentangle CSS and markup.