The first two are used globally. The third one, mixed-mode, is used for pages with forms, like the Contact page. The last one, comment-mode, is used to style Disqus comments.
Updated Disqus configuration
I published an article about page builders recently, and it gained many responses. I noticed strange behaviour with my Disqus comments: different comments appeared based on different URL parameters. To fix that, I had to use URL Mapper to merge all comments based on the correct URL and set the unique identifier:
Updated responsive images
A long time ago, I bookmarked the article “Images Are Not Static Content“. The gist of the article is not to serve only static images to users, but images tailored to the needs and context of the browser and user.
Since I am using Cloudinary service as my “Dynamic Media Platform”, as they like to call it, I decided to take advantage of the platform.
“Because images have such a high impact on website performance, images must be tailored according to the capabilities and context of the browser and user.”