There are a number of things that concern me in regard to WordPress comments. They are one of those features that I have a love hate relationship with. Comments are great for active, well moderated communities. I genuinely enjoy receiving comments from Post Status readers, where people often add value to the conversation. For many…
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Chris Coyier stops to think about the power usage of websites and whether good performance maps to lower energy usage. 🔋 Chris links to a number of good articles and experiments on this subject. At the end of the day though, “The less across the network, the less electricity. The less your browser has to…
If you use placeholders in your HTML forms, then a quick look at why they can be problematic is worth a read. The author’s main point is that you shouldn’t replace labels with placeholders, but use them in a supplemental manner.
<fieldset> and <legend> elements aren’t the most common HTML elements and I’ve always wondered if I was using them correctly, so I’m happy to share this post from Leonie Watson about the correct usage of the these elements, especially when it comes to accessibility.