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“Making it impossible to do something specific can often mean that people will do something far more destructive as their ways around your defences get more and more creative”
So much goodness from Harry Roberts here.
Today I learned that you can push your existing domain’s nameservers at Netlify. I just did that for https://piccalil.li and the resolve time seems to be much quicker.
I reckon I’ll do it for https://hankchizljaw.com too.
I’m offering a new service: “Reply Guy For Hire”.
I provide drive-by reactive feedback with absolutely no context, consideration of constraints or actual thought as a tweet.
As a bonus, I’ll bring along a chip on my shoulder.
£500, ex VAT.
It’s not very often that I declare an article as perfect, but this one certainly is.
The cascade and specificity are so often labelled as the reason why CSS is hard. This guide by Amelia Wattenberger will fix that: https://wattenberger.com/blog/css-cascade
I found this site and it’s had me giggling all day https://sendyourfriendapenisdrawing.com/
CW: dicks (that CW should just be on Twitter all the time)