In this article, Louis Lazaris describes and demonstrates some interesting HTML attributes that you may or may not have heard of and perhaps find useful enough to personally use in one of your projects.
shawn swyx wang (@swyx)Thu, 28 Jan 2021 10:51 GMT
RT @JoshWComeauAre you still asking your users to 'Right click and “Save As…”'? Use the anchor `download` attribute instead. 🔥 Better UX ✨ lets you specify the suggested filename ☎ Works on Android ⚠️ Image must be on same origin Learn more: developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web…
Carol 😅 (@CarolSaysThings)Sat, 11 Jul 2020 14:14 +0000
Pretty Printing XML on the Command-Line (1 mins read).
How to use
xmllint to pretty-print XML/HTML files.
Recommended read: An HTML Element Potentially Worth $18M to Indiegogo Campaigns https://adrianroselli.com/2019/09/an-html-element-potentially-worth-18m-to-indiegogo-campaigns.html
<details> tags for HTML-only UI toggles (3 mins read).
How using the
<details> HTML tag can provide a toggleable UI element with only built-in HTML.
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