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Vadim Makeev
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Suddenly discovered video of my Vanilla CSS talk at Jam Session last year. Enjoy my nervous English
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poorly drawn lines Aug 13
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Hugo Giraudel Aug 10
📢 This is your friendly reminder that using a proper minus symbol (−) gives better aural output than an hyphen (-) when it comes to reading negative numbers.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 8
Replying to @hj_chen @Medium
Yep, they don’t care about Cyrillic too, though it’s not lethal when you don’t have mixed words, but still ugly.
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Victoria Wang Aug 8
🦊🛠 Been iterating on the Firefox flexbox tool and am ready for more feedback! I'd love to hear 1. which parts of this seem the most useful, and 2. which features are confusing or missing.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 8
Hello my name is Vadim and I’m a chocoholic.
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XKCD Comic Aug 8
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Vadim Makeev Aug 8
Replying to @diythemes
That’s a theory, performance is practice. Yes, it might make a difference, but it’s so low on the list of possible optimizations that nobody ever get there. I’ve been making fun of Apple’s CSS methodology, not the size or performance of their selectors. Because it doesn’t matter.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 8
Replying to @jensimmons
It used to look a bit alien to macOS, butit’s much better now (though alerts and selects could be improved). So, mostly visual parts of experience. Also speed.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 8
Replying to @diythemes
This is not slow.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 8
Replying to @j_kantner
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Olga Baryshnikova Aug 7
When the deadline is in 10 mins: div[class^=map__info--]:not(:last-child)
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Vadim Makeev Aug 7
I’d go for .heading + .heading, hell, even .mt0 would be better than this (though I’d hate it). I’m speaking very practical here, it’s not my cat’s blog, it’s the whole , you’re not supposed to write code that’s so naive.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 7
Replying to @Huink7 @everdimension
That’s absolutely true. But h1+h1 kind of styling isn’t flexible enough for that. That’s my problem with Apple’s code, not the size or verbosity of the selector.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 7
Replying to @heydonworks
Does it really make it better?
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Vadim Makeev Aug 7
Replying to @Huink7 @everdimension
My favourite example is Medium: a lot of people choose block quotes to highlight some parts of their own text without actually quoting anyone. Basically, just to make it bigger. It breaks semantics, it misguides screen readers.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 7
Replying to @Huink7 @everdimension
Because design has nothing to do with semantics. CSS should be flexible enough to style everything the way you want. It gives you ability to choose proper semantics without any limitations and vice versa: you won’t use wrong element just because it’s styled the way you need.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 7
Replying to @kingharmsworth
Yep, h1+h1 is my favourite.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 6
Replying to @luizfelipe_fg
To avoid margins between all kinds of headings in any combination.
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Vadim Makeev Aug 6
Replying to @everdimension
I’m more concerned about approach itself. I’d rather use .heading + .heading instead. It would definitely make this code much readable, reliable, reusable, and modular. I mean, what if I want <p> to look and behave like heading? I should have a simple way of doing this.
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