Over on Daring Fireball, John Gruber has some true words to say about those pesky floating sharing bars (or “dickbars” like he calls them) used by Medium and others.
Next week, The Paciello Group is sponsoring a 24 hour live stream of webinars on Accessibility and Inclusive design for the fourth consecutive year. The videos will presumably be available on YouTube after the event too, at least I hope they will. 🙂
More info: Inclusive Design 24 (#ID24) 9 June 2017 sponsored by The Paciello Group
If you’re at all interested in new CSS features and their implementations in browsers, bookmark this:
CSS Grid is the future. However just like with many other layout techniques, it’s very easy to go crazy with it and cause an accessibility nightmare. There’s an excellent article on MDN on potential pitfalls:
If at any time in the design process you find yourself using grid to relocate the position of an element, consider whether you should return to your document and make a change to the logical order too.
Full article: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/CSS_Grid_Layout/CSS_Grid_Layout_and_Accessibility
I was a guest on the 7th episode of the only Finnish-language WordPress podcast around, Se Alkuperäinen WordPress Podcast . We chatted about attending WordCamps, organizing WordCamps and the upcoming WordCamp Helsinki in particular. This year I’m not on the organising team but I’ll be giving a lightning talk on the WordPress Customizer.
Jakso 7: WordCamp Finland