Working with Sass has lots of upside, but one of the frustrations that I had was in debugging my Sass stylesheets. I was used to cracking open the Chrome dev tools and seeing exactly where in my CSS styles were being called. With Sass all of the styles come from a generated CSS file that I had never looked and and would never be editing directly. Luckily, we can upgrade this situation.Read more
For a while, I’ve been curious about learning to build bookmarklets and browser plugins. I figured that it couldn’t be too difficult, but I didn’t really have anything particular to build. So it just sat in the back of my mind until I saw a tweet by Ethan Schoonover.Read more
A couple weeks ago Jeremy Keith wrote a post about the new
main element that is making its way into the WC3 spec and I have been meaning to jot down my thoughts ever since. First off, I am a big fan of Jeremy Keith. He is a very smart guy and find myself having to think twice when I find our views differ, but in the spirit of keeping the discussion going I will press on.