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FrontEnd Focus

formerly HTML5 Weekly

Chris Coyier
You’re in a container element with a limited width but want to run a full-width image or other ‘breakout’. What are the options? Some clever tricks here.

Jeremy Thomas
A click-by-click journey, starting with a basic page, and progressing to consider content, spacing, color and contrast. This has been very popular online this week.

Google Developers
A look at how a service worker can help you capture offline analytics to send to Google Analytics later on.

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Michael Ngo
An in-depth walkthrough, complete with code and examples, of pushing SVG for building advanced Web-based animations.

Jake Archibald
This mechanism prevents pages on other origins from accessing your page’s window object via window.opener.

Brad Frost
A code review of some form elements led to deep thoughts on how to approach crafting frontend code overall, plus a neat 20 minute HTML code review by Jonathan Snook.

Paul Kinlan
Paul Lewis explains the new CSS Containment property (contain) which lets developers limit the scope of the browser’s styles, layout and paint work.


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