Pixel perfection is a term coined by designers and clients as they request that their design mockups must reflect the design and be an exact copy of it. Should we pixel-perfect an implementation of a design mockup?
A few weeks ago Chris Ferdinandi wrote an ode to HTML called Always bet on HTML in which he once again praises the benefits of HTML as a base for products on the web. However, these points are being made for the last 20+ years and developers still keep underestimating the benefits of starting with a solid HTML base. It is time to look at the reasons why people might be less enthused about HTML.
"I was working on a project that required me pulling up the developer tools in different browsers against my personal website when I opened up Safari and noticed how drastically different the title of my page was rendering. It was extremely bold in Safari compared to the other browsers."