Posts in this section go back to 2000. Mostly web, and web business related.
Seriously, websites don’t need to look the same in all browsers! I think about building for evergreen browsers.
Reading an article from 1999 caused me to consider how not owning your own content leads to a loss of more than just the content itself.
This post is a round-up of questions I keep being asked about browser support and grid layout.
Some thoughts on what I want to achieve in 2017.
A review of the good bits of 2016 in my personal and work life.
It’s Blue Beanie Day, the day that a few of us dig out a blue hat, and remind ourselves and each other that web standards, the open web, accessibility and just doing things well matters.
Some thoughts around whether it is sensible to try and use the implementation of CSS Grid Layout that is shipped prefixed in IE10, 11 and Edge.
The CSS Grid Layout AMA. Ask me your Grid questions here.
To mark Ada Lovelace Day here are some of the best people giving technical CSS talks right now, and they just happen to all be women.
Today CSS Grid Layout has transitioned to become a Candidate Recommendation. In this post I explain what that means, and encourage you to get involve in these final months before we can really start to use it.
Creating a simple login form that uses several of the alignment properties alongside CSS Grid Layout, enhancing a simpler version using feature queries.
We had CSS1, and CSS2. We even had CSS2.1 and we then moved onto CSS3 – or did we? This post is a quick explanation of how CSS is versioned today.
I’ve been building websites for 20 years. Some thoughts about where we have come from and where we are going.
In this post I take a look at a new property that is defined in the CSS Display Module Level 3 and that needs feedback – box-suppress.
A post rounding up significant changes to the CSS Grid Layout specification, along with the current status of browser implementations.