Posts in this section go back to 2000. Mostly web, and web business related.
A roundup of some of the things that have happened in my work and personal life in 2018.
A CSS Exclusions solution to a problem that Rob Weychert posed, with regards to floated elements and CSS Grid.
On a plane between two conferences I had some thoughts about the way we think and talk about CSS. So here they are.
Over the past week I’ve been moving my primary development machine from a Macbook Pro to a Surface Book. People keep asking me why, so I wrote it up here.
Looking back at over 15 years of being involved in promoting an interoperable web, I realise that we have never had things so good as web developers.
A letter to a friend.
Updated thoughts on whether we should consider using the prefixed, older version of Grid Layout as a fallback.
My online class is now live. Get Started with CSS Grid on Skillshare.
Some thoughts on launching a new product as Perch turns 9, and on moving into the Software as a Service world.
A post about subgrid and the level 2 spec, what is happening and how can you keep track of progress?
Updates to my online CSS Workshop and a $30 discount if you sign up this month.
A year ago today, Firefox was the first browser to ship into stable their CSS Grid implementation. Closely followed by Chrome and Safari. It’s been quite a year for my favourite layout method.
Smashing Conference, a muddy run, and articles on Media Queries and aviation culture.
Global Diversity Call for Papers Day, Grid Level 2 and a very long run.
Conference preparations, a Smashing TV Webinar, an update on a CSS Grid issue. What I’ve been up to in the past week.
An article and video on sizing in Grid Layout, recording a podcast and running an online training. Some of the things in my weeknotes.
My intention in 2018 is to write regular weeknotes, if nothing else they will remind me what I’ve been up to.
A roundup of some of the things that have happened in 2017, and what I’d like to do in 2018.
The CSS Working Group would like your feedback on a longstanding issue with vertical percentage margins and padding.
I ran a survey to find out how people were using CSS on their project, the level of browser support they aimed for, and which features they used. This post is an initial roundup of that data.