Here's What We Found

April 22, 2020 Web Development + Tech
Logs And Metrics: How Important Are They?

...it takes the browser to render and display a given page, when each user leaves that page, and how changes in the application affect the user. This information, together with...

December 19, 2006 Legacy
A Talk with Jessey White-Cinis From Stolen

...The problem with many of these things is that browser constraints, server load or any number of other technical hurdles can keep these cool new ideas from coming to fruition....

May 13, 2021 Web Development + Tech
How to Optimize Site Performance (and Increase Search Ranking)

...with a page to when the browser actually processes and responds to the interaction. A well-designed page has an FID of <100 milliseconds. Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) – A layout...

May 24, 2017 Web Development + Tech
Full Page Background Video Styles

I bet you’ve seen it. A video background that takes up the entire browser window. There is text on top of it (hence, “background”), which is an interesting effect that...

August 23, 2016 Web Development + Tech
Caching Your Way to a Faster Website

...browser caching alongside caching preloading. Easy to install and customize (and with a great support team to boot), this plugin offers a slew of site-side tweaks like lazy loading and...

January 27, 2011 Legacy
Booooooom: An Art Explosion

...partner and client. Jeff Hamada (Creator of Booooooom) has curated these audio visual treats online, providing us simple access through a few clicks of a web browser. We thought it...

April 14, 2017 Media Temple Updates
And our winner is…

...for everyone involved. I can’t give details, but let’s just say a roundtable discussion ended with a brilliant-but-mind-bogglingly-simple plan to unify the rendering engines for every browser…RETROACTIVELY. I know you’re...

April 26, 2017 Web Development + Tech
The Different Logical Ways to Group CSS Properties

...finding a property. This is just as easy with either method and more often than not, in my experience, starts in the browser.” By Line Length Wanna get weird? More...

September 14, 2016 Design + Creative
From WordPress to Apple News, Instant Articles, and AMP

...get going. That screenshot above though is on a desktop browser, which isn’t really where Amp is used. Like the others, it’s more of a mobile thing. Google will be...

April 16, 2020 Web Development + Tech
Linux Administration For Web Developers: Part 2

...httpd”.   Now that your Apache server is running, you can open the browser and try to open the website being served. You will need to know the IP address...

December 28, 2017 Design + Creative
Do Developers Influence the User Experience More Than Designers?

...a particular browser or device. That is primarily the responsibility of the front-end developer. Another example would be form validation. How many websites have you used that require you to...

January 20, 2011 Legacy
Meet digital-telepathy & Get Beta Access!

...common queries and data to keep the load off of the database. Per page and per template optimizing of necessary asset loading coupled with browser-level caching headers also helps with...

February 22, 2019 Web Development + Tech
Using IntersectionObserver to Check if Page Scrolled Past Certain Point

...The gist of it is that they prevent larger chunks of JavaScript from executing until you want them to. There’s an even better way though. There is another native browser...

October 26, 2011 Legacy
(mt) Product Update, October 2011

...anywhere with a browser or mobile device. Getting Ready for Business: The new email service is designed with intense infrastructure to deliver fast, supported, business-class email – all at a...

October 26, 2017 Design + Creative
The All-Powerful Sketch

...a Sketch Web Viewer, a simple app to view Sketch files in a browser, in a single day.  Jon Gold and the team at Airbnb created react-sketchapp, a tool that...

March 16, 2021 Web Development + Tech
WordPress Site Performance is Getting Way More Important

...less than 2.5 seconds. 2. First Input Delay (FID) – Measures the time from a user’s first interaction with a page to when the browser actually processes and responds to...