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CSS Findings From The New Facebook Design
Since the new Facebook design started rolling out for users lately, Ahmad Shadeed created an amazing article presenting us the hows and whys behind the new changes.
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This article explains the changes in the upcoming Lighthouse 6.0.0 and its scoring algorithm.
Mozilla has re-enabled TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in the Firefox Stable and Beta browser because of Google and government sites that still rely on these protocols.
Browsers have no access to one third of the colors in most modern monitors. And these are not just any colors, but the most vivid colors the screen can display. Check how LCH is about to change that.
Time to reverse engineer an ad-blocker blocker and learn some history about ad-blocking.
The internet has been around for a long while, and over time we’ve changed the way we think about web design.
A tutorial on how to create a menu with a css-only marquee hover effect.
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The SOLID principles are a set of software design principles, that help us to understand how we can structure our code in order to be robust, maintainable, flexible as much as possible. Check how you can utilize them in JavaScript.
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How to determine a server's bottleneck, quickly fix the bottleneck, improve server performance, and prevent regressions.

Topic of the week: Forms
An exploration into how to make inputs more accessible.
Find out how to use the HTML disabled boolean attribute, toggle it with JavaScript and style disabled form controls.
Hot Ones animation by Ryan Monteiro.