#358 — September 19, 2018 Read on the Web Frontend Focus Firefox Reality: Mozilla’s ‘Mixed Reality’ Browser — Reality is an intriguing new browser being built by the mixed reality team at Mozilla to explore using the Web in VR and mixed reality contexts. A first release is now available in the Vive, Oculus, and… Read More


#357 — September 12, 2018 Read on the Web Frontend Focus A Straightforward Introduction to ‘Houdini’ — Three years ago, Houdini was called ‘maybe the most exciting development in CSS you’ve never heard of’. And even now it can be tricky to understand what this collection of mostly incomplete CSS related APIs and technologies really… Read More


#356 — September 5, 2018 Read on the Web Frontend Focus Chrome Turns 10 Years Old as Chrome 69 Released — There’s a higher level celebration of the ten anniversary here, but what’s new for Web developers? CSS Scroll Snap, display cutouts, and the Web Locks API for starters. Google Take a New Look at… Read More


#355 — August 29, 2018 Read on the Web Frontend Focus The Front-End Performance Checklist — An extensive list of things you should check or at least be aware of as a front-end developer trying to make your sites work as fast as possible. David Dias Using Feature Detection to Write CSS with Cross-Browser Support… Read More


#354 — August 22, 2018 Read on the Web Frontend Focus UX and HTML5: Let’s Help Users Fill In Your Mobile Forms — Best practices to improve your mobile forms, including scannability and readability. There’s a lot to chew on here. Stéphanie Walter Advanced Effects with CSS Background Blend Modes — Learn about the background-blend-mode,… Read More


#353 — August 15, 2018 Read on the Web Frontend Focus webhint: A Linting Tool for Web Best Practices — A customizable (and extensible) tool that checks your site for accessibility, performance, security, and other concerns. Note: webhint is the new name for Sonarwhal. JS Foundation Everything You Need To Know About Alignment in Flexbox… Read More


What is an Automatic backup? Backup is a system that copies your data into an archive which can be used to restore the files to the original state. By automating a backup through a regular back up system, you don’t have to back up your data manually. The automated backups are performed through cronjob/scheduled tasks. How does Softaculous Automated Backup Feature… Read More


#352 — August 8, 2018 Read on the Web Frontend Focus What Happens When You Create a Flexbox Flex Container? — Rachel Andrew unpacks how flexbox works in detail, starting with a look at what actually happens when you add display: flex to your stylesheet. Smashing Magazine Well-Controlled Scrolling with CSS Scroll Snap — An… Read More


#351 — August 1, 2018 Read on the Web Frontend Focus Priority Nav Scroller: Priority+ Navigation in a Horizontal Scrollable Container — A practical navigational element if you have a large number of category links to show. Comes as an ES6 module but a compiled version is also included. Nigel O Toole Implementing a ‘Double… Read More


What is Staging? The staging environment is a copy of your production website where you can preview any changes or upgrades before you apply them on your production website. This prevents any downtime or unexpected errors on your live website. Why Risk your production website when you can play safe with our Staging tool! How… Read More