Posts in this section go back to 2000. Mostly web, and web business related.
In my all-new workshop I will take you through the new system for CSS layout, giving you the ability to properly understand and use CSS Layout with real understanding of why things behave as they do.
My personal roundup of 2019.
The second edition of my brief guide to grid – Get Ready For CSS Grid Layout – has been published. I look back at the time between writing the first edition, and today.
I hadn’t expected to be editing a print magazine when I became Editor in Chief of Smashing Magazine, but I’m very happy to announce our first Smashing Print.
A call for urgency in finding a solution to the content reordering problem which our new layout methods make far more likely.
A roundup of the subgrid demos and information that I’ve been putting together as the feature has landed in Firefox Nightly.
Playing around with subgrid and finding some interesting use cases.
I spoke at An Event Apart yesterday, one of the themes of my talk was to encourage people to get involved with web platform work. Here are some quick notes and links for that.
I’ve been playing with an early implementation of subgrid in Firefox, here are some screenshots and details.
I’ve had people ask me if “nested grids” are essentially just like nested tables and therefore a bad thing. I explain why that is not the case.
Details of upcoming CSS Layout workshops, and some information about how I run workshops.
I’ll be back at CSSconf EU this year talking about CSS Grid Layout. It’s one of my favourite events, a CSS conference by people who love CSS and the community of people who write CSS.
More logical properties and values are being implemented by browsers. In this post I take a look at two things which are coming soon.
Some thoughts on entry points to web development today, and my fears about the loss of something that has enabled so many people without a traditional computer science background to be here.
A little bit of news relating to my membership of the CSS Working Group.
A roundup of some of the things that have happened in my work and personal life in 2018.
A CSS Exclusions solution to a problem that Rob Weychert posed, with regards to floated elements and CSS Grid.
On a plane between two conferences I had some thoughts about the way we think and talk about CSS. So here they are.
Over the past week I’ve been moving my primary development machine from a Macbook Pro to a Surface Book. People keep asking me why, so I wrote it up here.
Looking back at over 15 years of being involved in promoting an interoperable web, I realise that we have never had things so good as web developers.