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Rachel Andrew
Web Developer, half of CMS, CSS Working Group Invited Expert. Smashing Mag Editor in Chief. Student pilot. Runner.
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Rachel Andrew 22h
Replying to @andrewgodwin
Those are my favourite. Got to get them in while we still have 747s running passenger services.
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Rachel Andrew May 26
Replying to @adamwillsdev
I was really put off them by their horrible spammy behaviour when I tested them out before. Hounded me via phone and email daily.
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Rachel Andrew May 26
Ops friends, which server/PHP application monitoring software do you like? Linux (Ubuntu) servers.
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Rachel Andrew May 26
Replying to @cbkrish @chargebee
It isn’t an unusual scenario for a company based in the UK, with UK bank accounts to charge in the local currency of where most of their customers are. However we have to comply with tax legislation.
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Rachel Andrew May 26
Replying to @cbkrish @chargebee
No we don’t need the tax pushed in GBP, we just need it on the invoice. You have this data as we were able to get and use it, you just need to put it on the invoice (as it is a legal requirement).
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Rachel Andrew May 26
Replying to @cbkrish @chargebee
Ticket number was 86666, with my business partner who is doing the integration. We’ve had to go ahead and do a lot of implementation on our side.
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Rachel Andrew May 26
Replying to @AndyDavies
Glad it was helpful :) I’m hoping to publish more guides to various things on Smashing. Help people get up to speed with an area new to them or where they just want to get up to date.
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Rachel Andrew May 26
Replying to @rachelandrew
Having been on the receiving end of abuse from people hiding behind handles, I’m wary of people when I don’t know who they are. Which makes it hard to have a working relationship.
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Rachel Andrew May 26
Find it really difficult working with someone in a professional context who uses a handle and doesn’t share their name. Totally get why they might want/need to do that publicly, but drop colleagues a line, intro yourself and give some context.
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Rachel Andrew May 25
Replying to @iamashley
I've experienced that in Amsterdam when running early - from Brits though, not locals.
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Rachel Andrew May 25
Replying to @ow
Ultimately most of these things seem to have naive implementations when it comes to VAT, or integration into businesses which already exist.
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Rachel Andrew May 25
Replying to @chargebee
As it is we’re having to build our own invoicing using the API (because they VAT taken in GBP on the invoice), our own Xero integration (because they couldn’t use our existing VAT MOSS rates).
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Rachel Andrew May 25
Thought was going to be a great solution, unfortunately we’re having to build a lot of stuff internally as their solutions don’t comply with VAT legislation. I’m not sure what people do who can’t hack round this stuff.
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Rachel Andrew May 25
Having the sort of day where everything I tick off on my todo list causes two more things to pop up. Friday todo whack-a-mole.
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Smashing Magazine May 25
We have a lot more choice when it comes to CSS Layout today - should you use Flexbox, Grid or even a float? explains the various layout methods you have to choose from in our Guide to CSS Layout
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Rachel Andrew May 25
For had a good wing viewing seat in a 747-400 on my way home from JFK last week. Here is Dorney Rowing lake just before landing at LHR
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Webconf.asia May 25
Do you have workshop tickets for ’s workshop yet? What you will learn: ✅ Building multiple-column layouts ✅ Building with Flexbox & Grid ✅ Exclusions, Regions, Alignment ✅ Strategy for advanced CSS layouts ✅ Many Practical suggestions 👉
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Rachel Andrew May 24
Replying to @WLBwebDesign @wesbos
You have something in those cells, the heading spanning from 1 / -1. That’s why they are not collapsing.
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Rachel Andrew May 24
Replying to @rachelandrew
I’m always ok if you point out that a certain word could hurt or offend. I’m from the North of England with my own colloquialisms, however just because something isn’t a bad word as I understand it, there are plenty of other words to pick from. Why use one that might hurt?
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Rachel Andrew May 24
I’ve been trying to notice when I use ableist language. Especially because I’m often on stage as a speaker, it is important to not exclude people through my words. So I love the idea of the Ableist Jar. Now when I fail I also donate to a good cause
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