Archive for the ‘Chronicle’ Category

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXX

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I got a chance to be on the Thunder Nerds podcast the other week, on the episode 55 – Down Wit SVG? Yeah You Know Me with Chris Coyier. We got to talk about a variety of things that I work on, including Practical SVG, CodePen, this site, ShopTalk, an...

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXIX

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A round up of goings-on related to me, this site, and related projects, as we are wont to do once in a while. I've had the good fortune of being a guest on a number of podcasts lately, so I'll link up those. I'll share some upcoming conferences I'll be...

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXVIII

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I was interviewed by Justin Crawford on the Mozilla Hacks blog about cross browser compatibility. What motivates you to make the extra effort to build a cross-browser compatible site? Money. People pay for websites that work for them. Here’s a littl...

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXVII

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Summer! It's been too long since I chronicle'd at ya. You know, where I chitchat about what's been going on in life, around here, and on my other projects. A big new thing here on CSS-Tricks is the email newsletter. We thought it would be a more com...

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXVI

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Hey campers! I like doing these little updates once in awhile to shine a light on the goings-on of CSS-Tricks, related sites, and myself. So. Many. New CodePen features. 2015 was a pretty good year! Take a tour of the Editor to learn how it works T...

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXV

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It's been a few months since I've done a Chronicle post around here. There are the posts in which I catch you up with all the goings on of the site and myself. A roundup of life, if you will. I went to number of conferences that were a bit outside of...

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXIV

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I'm just back from Barcelona, where I was at Smashing Conf. It was a lovely trip for many, many reasons. The city itself was a beautiful labyrinth of narrow streets between lovely old buildings dotted with lively shops, bars, and restaurants. The Smash...