Can’t believe it is Microsoft calling? - security expert David Massey provides a detailed summary of his call from Microsoft.
As we're big fans of MailChimp at Doepud we rarely need to stray beyond the tried-and-tested solutions we know work without fail but every now and then we need to dip our toes into the hazardous Loch HTML and the loss of a limb often offends. Thankfully An Introduction To Building And Sending HTML Email For Web Developers over at Smashing Magazine has you covered. There's a swathe of useful tips that cover Client-Rendering Engines, styling call-to-action buttons, typography using conditional CSS and Responsive Email Design.
Build a life around stillness and meaning, and notice the difference it makes in you
That's the advice in this useful article Filter Out the Noise. When it comes to productivity levels at work, the general angle is: prioritise what's meaningful in your daily processes by cutting out the unnecessary interruptions.
Smashing Mag have put together a very useful checklist for front end developers to reference. With lot of tips covering Progressive Enhancement to Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages to all the goodness that will come from HTTP/2 it's going to be a well read list by this time next year.
The latest version of HTML, HTML 5.1, has recently become a W3C Recommendation, which means we can expect to see some nifty new features available in our browsers quite soon (if they're not already available - the two examples I describe below are both implemented in my version of Firefox (v50.0.1)).
One new feature involves Context Menus, and introduces new elements
<menuitem>. With some simple markup we can now include links and options within a right-click context menu.
Another nice addition is elements for
<details> section will automatically be hidden except the
<summary> content. Then clicking the
<summary> text will toggle the rest of the
Check out What’s New in HTML 5.1 for more info and working examples.
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CSS ICON, not just a decent sized collection of icons made entirely with CSS but also a very slick animated function to swap between two icons.