Slides of the talk I gave at “Web Directions 2022” + Trip Report
Category Archives: Original Content
FIX: The provider “cPanel (powered by Sectigo)” cannot currently accept incoming requests. The system will try again later.
Sectigo can’t handle the load. This is how you work around it.
Style a parent element based on its number of children using CSS
Leverage CSS :has() and :nth-child() to style a parent based on the number of children it has.
Container Queries: Style Queries
In CSS, Style Queries which allow querying computed values of a container. Let’s take a look at what that means …
Upgrading colors to HD on the web
Let’s take a look at how we can progressively enhance the color experience on the web, accessing color spaces such as display-p3.
CSS in 2022 (and beyond) (2022.09.09 @ Fronteers Conf)
On September 9, I was in Utrecht for Fronteers Conference 2022 – a conference I’ve been attending since back in 2009. This time – after a two year hiatus due to youknowwhat – I was very glad to be back! This time not as an attendee though, but as a speaker. In my talk I …
Continue reading “CSS in 2022 (and beyond) (2022.09.09 @ Fronteers Conf)“
Convert a Keynote presentation to a set of hi-res images
To create presentations I like to use Keynote, mainly thanks to its animation feature. I admit that it took me some time to get accustomed to it – and that not all is perfect – but I think I’ve become efficient at using it over time. The transitions and animations – such as seen in …
Continue reading “Convert a Keynote presentation to a set of hi-res images”
The Future of CSS: Variable Units, powered by Custom Properties
Thanks to Variable Units, authors can define Custom Properties and use them as units in their CSS
The CSS Cascade: A Deep Dive (2022.06.09 @ CSS Day)
On June 9 & 10, I was in Amsterdam for CSS Day – a conference I’ve been attending since it’s very first edition in 2013. This time – after a two year hiatus due to youknowwhat – I was very glad to be back! This time not as an attendee though, but as a speaker. …
Continue reading “The CSS Cascade: A Deep Dive (2022.06.09 @ CSS Day)“