This approach to design to dev is wonderful in its simplicity. In my day job I’m looking to do something similar so this will work good as a suite of tools and example workflow to get started.
Conversational interfaces allows you to surface the same content you have on your existing channels, but in a way that is more user led.
Jeremy breaks AMP down into its constituent parts so that we have a better understanding around the pros and cons of Google’s approach.
This week we smell code, talk about the Universe, and the best resource to get started on the web.
This week we take a dive into the`h` element and see how it differs from the traditional H1-H6 approach to headings.
This week we catch up with Stephanie Walter and hear about her approach to building a more responsive web.
Let’s say that you had a site that runs on PHP, which of course your WordPress instance does, and you wanted to use HTTP2 Server Push to push down two CSS files and your logo. You can use the following code which will do just that for you… <?php header(“Link: </css/vendor.css>; rel=preload; as=style”, false); header(“Link: […]
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