#413 — October 16, 2019 Read on the Web Frontend Focus Images Done Right: Web Graphics, Good to The Last Byte — This detailed and earnest guide covers the essentials of working with digital image formats on the web, with a view to boosting performance. Martian Chronicles Improving Form Controls in Microsoft Edge and Chromium —… Read More

#412 — October 9, 2019 Read on the Web Frontend Focus Supreme Court Hands Victory to Blind Man Who Sued Domino’s Over Site Accessibility — Back in August we shared news that pizza company Domino’s was requesting for a lawsuit, requiring its website to be accessible to blind people, to be shut down. The Supreme… Read More

#411 — October 2, 2019 Read on the Web Frontend Focus Layout-Fun with CSS Grid — Tobi experiments with various CSS Grid layouts here, explaining how to work with layout changes that occur following a browser resize. Tobi Reif The Many Ways to Link Up Shapes and Images with HTML and CSS — Once you move… Read More

#410 — September 25, 2019 Read on the Web Frontend Focus Inconsistent Behavior Among Browsers When Clicking on Buttons? — Upon noticing that browsers handle a click in differing ways, the author digs into these differences, and shares his findings here (along with some ways to overcome these inconsistencies). Zell Liew Wikipedia’s JavaScript Initialization on a… Read More

#409 — September 18, 2019 Read on the Web Frontend Focus Machine Learning For Frontend Developers With Tensorflow — Charlie Gerard covers how to get started with machine learning using JavaScript and frameworks like Tensorflow.js, and highlights some of the limits of using machine learning in the frontend. Smashing Magazine (Why) Some HTML is “Optional” —… Read More

Pagelayer – the new easy to use website and page builder for WordPress announced on the 17th of September, 2019 that it has achieved a new milestone of reaching 100,000+ Active WordPress installs : https://pagelayer.com/blog/pagelayer-reaches-100000-active-wordpress-users/ Pagelayer has been growing steadily and new features are being introduced really fast. The new version Pagelayer 0.9.9 was launched… Read More

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Website Management Users can manage their multiple WordPress Websites from one dashboard. They can even update their websites whenever a new WordPress version is launched. Click here for more information on how to add a website in wpCentral panel. WordPress Install Users can also install a new WordPress on their website using wpCentral with just… Read More

#408 — September 11, 2019 Read on the Web Frontend Focus ?  Horrible Web Interfaces and How to Build Them — This entertaining talk from React Rally looks at a variety of ‘horrible’ Web-based interface approaches and the underlying technologies involved. I particularly like the ‘gravity’-based volume control. Anthony Frehner Google Is Evolving “nofollow” with New Ways… Read More

#407 — September 4, 2019 Read on the Web Frontend Focus My Favorite CSS Hack — * { border: 1px solid red } is a classic ‘trick’ for debugging CSS and HTML issues by putting borders around every element. This tip takes a few extra steps, however, and helps you get a better overview, particularly… Read More