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Recently I was looking for a way to present some information and settled on the <dialog> element - a browser native modal window that is a DOM element stylable with CSS.
Random things you learn by having blog posts that rank highly in Google for specific queries: Over the weekend "Identity verification on Mastodon" was a popular search in India.
My notes from #ORGConScot19
My notes from #A11yScotland
Recently I was looking at native support for ES6 modules in the browser and it struck me that it was ideally set up for a progressive enhancement approach.
In a post about the ethics of the tools we use Chris Ferdinandi asked: "How do you find balance between using the best tools, and not supporting things you don’t agree with?" Whilst Chris frames it as not expecting "every company I work with to fart rainbows" I'll frame it as there not being one narrow path of purity to salvation - there's a wide middle ground here and don't forget that ultimately it's just, like, your opinion, man.
Tor is an anonymity network that works by routing traffic through internal nodes to mask its origin. The technical details of how this is achieved are somewhat obscure to a lay person but the principle of onion routing is what I'm going to explain in this analogy.
When I previously looked at script injected scripts it was in reference to putting the scripts in the server sent markup. Whilst this is good for our main functionality like analytics or the tag manager. However, when we get into adding scripts via the tag manager keeping the script injected script markup is usually a better idea for a couple of reasons:
Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day - a great day to be talking about accessibility.