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Tags, elements and attributes

Boy, this never gets old, does it? Back in the day, when I was but a green, eager to learn, front end web developer, I more than once fell into the trap of referring to everything (almost) as a tag. A couple of years down the road, I know better. But some people never learn, it seems. That gives me the urge to vent.

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On browser support and binary choices

I have more often than not been faced with the following scenario; a client, a colleague or maybe a project manager will ask the old-as-dirt question:

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On styling your anchors

This problem really isn’t something new and this specific issue has been repeated on many accessibility oriented blogs over the years. But since I regularly see this mistake being made over and over again, I think it’s time for a revisit. I’m talking about why you shouldn’t style away the :focus pseudo-class.

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It took me long enough, but after getting some time to finish learning the inner workings of Jekyll (which has been the tool of choice for this project), I welcome you to my personal journal!

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