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Does the <body> rule the mind or does the mind rule the <body>?

Indecisive Skip Links and their Targets – the Renaissance of the <hr> Element

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Do not forget
They tried to turn you
Into a public target

Morrissey, “I am not a Dog on a Chain”

Sometimes, it is easy to identify the position of skip links. Mostly when content blocks follow with a lot of interactive elements, or just a lot of content. But what about their target? Do you always know where to skip to? Do you know what follows your widget, component or element? There are many articles about skip links, but none about their targets. Maybe this is the first…

A Presentation on Progressive Enhancement

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Why pamper life’s complexity
When the leather runs smooth
On the passenger’s seat?

The Smiths, “This Charming Man”

Here is a little presentation of a talk I recently held to my colleagues on Progressive Enhancement. It was made to convince my backend oriented fellow developers to implement stuff the right way with some best practice frontend technique.

Bookmarklet “Markup Pollution Checker”

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All men have secrets and here is mine so let it be known
For we have been through hell and high tide

The Smiths, “What Difference Does It Make?”

Did you ever find unwanted stuff in your programtically genrerated markup that you considered pollution and wanted to locate and erase? Here is a little helper for you.