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Surma
Web Advocate . Internetrovert 🏳️‍🌈 Craving simplicity, finding it nowhere.
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Surma 2h
Replying to @DavidKPiano @aerotwist
Custom layout will allow you to do that. But it's far out and definitely more work than just "a switch" 😅
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Surma 8h
you are now MomRel
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Surma 10h
Replying to @PeterMonnerjahn
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Surma Sep 14
Replying to @aerotwist @zachleat
is gonna be sad that this is old content ™️
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Surma Sep 14
Replying to @rem
┬─┬ノ(ಠ_ಠノ)
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Surma Sep 14
Replying to @tomayac @rem
That’s I can omit <head> and <body> from most of my markup. <!doctype html> <title>My Page</title> <h1>Welcome</h1> is perfectly valid and since HTML5 parsing is spec’d, all browsers will emit the same DOM tree.
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Surma Sep 14
Replying to @tomayac @rem
IIRC from the spec it’s not that tags will be moved, but rather that a `<body>` will be injected before the first non-head element. So if you have something like `<!doctype html><link /><p>lol<meta />`, the <meta> will end up in the <body>.
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Surma Sep 14
you mean to duplicate? Yeah, it's not hard to do that, but everyone is now downloading the markup twice. Considering that my images use srcset to provide multiple resolutions, it ends up being a significant amount.
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Surma Sep 14
I thought about that, but I'd have to duplicate the entire gallery's markup. Once with and once without lazy loading. Or am I missing something?
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Surma Sep 14
still javascript dependent
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Surma Sep 13
Replying to @swyx @argyleink
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Surma Sep 13
Tweet about it
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Surma Sep 13
Replying to @SignpostMarv
I didn’t play either enough to give a fair comparison, I bought it mostly because I am sucker for the Zelda franchise 🙄
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Surma Sep 13
I can't wait to replay the first Zelda I ever played next Friday. RIP productivity.
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Surma Sep 13
Replying to @chrisbiscardi
Hm I can get behind it. FWIW I only have pagination on my photography section because lazy loading is too JavaScript dependent and I don’t want to force the user to load _all_ thumbnails.
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Surma Sep 13
Replying to @chrisbiscardi
but... why?
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Surma Sep 13
It’s a statement piece.
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Surma Sep 13
In a review of my PR with we had to add a new color to our palette. Today used it without even complaining.
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Surma Sep 13
How interesting! So is your recommendation: - test for the getter you hinted at to - if it doesn’t exist, do a window.postMessage()?
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Surma Sep 13
What about MessageChannel? Would this be a feasible detection mechanism? cc
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