Posts in this section go back to 2000. Mostly web, and web business related.
Global Diversity Call for Papers Day, Grid Level 2 and a very long run.
Conference preparations, a Smashing TV Webinar, an update on a CSS Grid issue. What I’ve been up to in the past week.
An article and video on sizing in Grid Layout, recording a podcast and running an online training. Some of the things in my weeknotes.
My intention in 2018 is to write regular weeknotes, if nothing else they will remind me what I’ve been up to.
A roundup of some of the things that have happened in 2017, and what I’d like to do in 2018.
The CSS Working Group would like your feedback on a longstanding issue with vertical percentage margins and padding.
I ran a survey to find out how people were using CSS on their project, the level of browser support they aimed for, and which features they used. This post is an initial roundup of that data.
I have been author or co-author of 22 books, book number 22 is The New CSS Layout, published by my good friends over at A Book Apart, and launching today.
Drew and I have been working on something that we hope will make it easier for speakers to share their content and create a portfolio of their past events. It’s called Notist.
Some thoughts now that we have republished Multi-column Layout as a Working Draft.
Some notes from the recent CSS Working Group meeting in Paris.
I’m creating a list of CSS Grid Layout interop issues – GridBugs.
The video of my presentation at Patterns Day is now online.
Looking at the different problems solved by display: contents and the proposed but removed from CSS Grid Level 1 subgrid feature.
An explanation of the CSS Grid specification “Background and Motivation” section. What does Grid Layout solve?
A few notes on the redesign of this site, and my new Webmention implementation.
Some thoughts on old browsers and how to make good decisions about the technology choices that you have.
Explaining why you don’t need a grid system to use CSS Grid Layout, due to it already being a grid system.
I spotted a nice technique to break an item out of a container. In this post I attempt to explain why that works.
A reminder that in all the grid layout excitement, the people who can soonest take advantage of it will be those who really understand CSS layout.