Accessibility is more than access for all

I’m in London visiting friends for a couple of weeks and, predictably enough, took them to see West End production of Hamilton the Musical. Unfortunately one of my friend’s health has deteriorated over the last few years so queuing for entry to the theatre is a problem. We needed an access ticket. This doesn’t feel […]

Vote Yes! Pull Request

Vote Yes! Pull Request is a small collection of custom styles to replace the approve button in Bit Bucket. ?️‍? Add the following to the bitbucket domain using Stylish. @import url(https://peterwilsoncc.github.io/vote-yes-pull-request/bb.css); Why? Because I am not one to let an offhand comment go unimplemented. Replaces ‘Approve’ button with ‘Vote Yes’ in bitbucket? 💯🌈💯 — Tarei […]

Twenty Seventeen Supports

The new WordPress default theme includes a block of CSS to fix layout of the headers in browsers supporting the object-fit property. The CSS makes use of feature queries. It’s the first time a WordPress default theme has used @supports and I’m really pleased to see it. Despite wide browser support, feature queries are rarely seen in […]

Respond 16: Performance – HTTP2 in a 1.5 World

As we transition from HTTP 1.1 to HTTP 2, developers need to consider how the visitor’s protocol affects the performance of our sites. Code that improves performance over one protocol, can hinder performance over the other. HTTP2 is the first major update to the HTTP protocol in around 20 years, taking into account the way we […]