Tim looks at the two sides of AMP. Is it a tool for the open web, or is it a tool for Google Search? My favourite part is “If AMP makes performance better, that’s fantastic! Let’s incentivize good performance in the rankings. Let’s incentivize the goal, not the tool.”
If you’re running a website and not using HTTPS the time to do something about it is NOW. Google is, as of July 2018, going to mark non-https sites as “Not Secure”. This provides a big doubt in your users minds that you are a trustworthy service and will have a significant impact upon your […]
A wonderful essay from Frank Chimero based on a recent talk he gave around the current state of the web. As always, Frank gets to the heart of an issue and covers it in an informative, captive, and witty way.
Although the CSS Grid has only just (relatively speaking) hit browsers they’re already well on the way to working out what the CSS Grid Layout Module Level 2 should contain. If you’ve started building with Grid, and I highly recommend you should, then head along to this link they voice any opinions you might have […]
Grid Layout, Ecommerce Performance, and IphoneX
This week I talk about a recent presentation course I attended along with a series of the most important links this week.
Web fonts were an amazing step forward towards creating a more beautifully designed web. No longer were we restrained by the handful of choices that “Web Safe” fonts provided us, we now had the ability to bring just about any typeface to the web in the knowledge that everyone would see the same thing
Hello and welcome to RWD Weekly edition #282. This week there were a couple of articles that called attention to AMP and the way in which it is possibly gaining traction under false pretences. These articles are our features this week and did cause a bit of a stir when The Register picked up one […]
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