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Just random thoughts and notes from yours truly.

Until everyone learns Web 101, there is no need for any other Web versions.

Chris Coyier featured my article about using enabling CSS selectors and he thinks it is a good advice.


"If I do poorly at work, that doesn’t make me a bad professional. Everyone makes mistakes." So true.


HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and accessibility: Four amigos for making websites performing well, achieving a solid SEO score, and allowing every user to consume the content.

See blog post

It seems to me that nobody knows what they are doing when it comes to accessibility.

See Twitter thread

Apparently, applying the CSS filter to the whole container affects the scrolling experience.

So I removed it, and the scrolling really does feel better.

Frameworks come and go, but JavaScript is forever.

I'm not particularly eager to work during the summer. There should be a collective summer vacation for everyone.