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    VS Code - Sticky code sections for improved contextual browsing (sticky scroll)

    When you are poring through code, you can lose your place. An aid to combat this is sticky headings. Let's check out the VS Code's sticky setting.

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    The state of HTML

    HTML has changed very little in recent years. Is HTML complete? Is it neglected? What is the state of HTML?

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    A quick trick to create animated silhouettes in CSS

    This is a shortcut to fashion an animated scene with silhouettes with very little CSS and zero JS. File it under 'creative' and maybe 'frivulous'!

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    How do you market software?

    How do you market new software? Do you just splash it across social media? Is there something significant that will count in the longrun?

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    How to preload fonts on Netlify (issue resolution)

    On my personal website, I preload the fonts. I had noticed that FOUT was still happening sometimes on slower connections and wasn't sure why.

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    Is Lighthouse a misleading performance tool?

    It is a big challenge to get a top performance score in Lighthouse. This may have made you doubt yourself, the tool, or both! Is it misleading?

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    AI and the open web

    There is a protectionist trend now where large platforms are restricting access to data more tightly. What does this mean for the web?

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    How to check how much space node_modules folders take up on your hard-disk

    Your project's node dependencies can gobble a considerable chunk of your hard-drive. How can you find out how much space node_modules folders take up?

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    Safari goes all-in on images

    Apple announced that they will ship support for the JPEG XL and HEIC image formats in Safari 17

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    Do not drop Sass for CSS

    Some people believe it is time to drop Sass. I beg to differ.