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Šime Vidas
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Šime Vidas 12h
Replying to @johnwilander
Probably something minor. I tested it last week in Firefox Nightly (it’s behind flag), and it worked fine.
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Šime Vidas 15h
Replying to @rem
I’ve seen a couple of articles about the issue of trying to do too much with CSS, so now when I see “CSS only,” I’m immediately skeptical 😅
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Šime Vidas Apr 23
Replying to @stshank @TweetDeck
They’re still updating the desktop site? I thought it was legacy, and would eventually become the new default, but I guess no.
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Šime Vidas Apr 23
Replying to @benoitrouleau @zcorpan
The accessibility audit in Chrome DevTools does perform some checks, e.g.,
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Šime Vidas Apr 23
> cookies, login information, and personalized page content is not shared with Google It would be more useful if the article clearly said what’s happening: Google’s server fetches the page anonymously. Another round of confused developers in 3… 2… 1
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Šime Vidas Apr 23
The text box for providing feedback is limited to 1000 characters. What should I say? 😁
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Šime Vidas Apr 23
Replying to @mathias
Version 12 is releasing this week?
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Šime Vidas Apr 23
Replying to @rem
You need JavaScript here to trap focus. Open the menu with the keyboard and then press Tab a bunch of times, and it will start focusing the text fields on the page behind the menu. I’d probably use a menu library that handles focus management for me 😅
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Šime Vidas Apr 23
Replying to @_baxuz
Ah, that website violates Facebook’s “community standards.” They should at least elaborate that the issue is. This just feels like censorship.
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Šime Vidas Apr 23
Replying to @_baxuz
But why would you send its links to other people? Does it have a service where it wraps another page (like Google Translate) and remove all the ads or something like that?
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Šime Vidas Apr 23
Replying to @_baxuz
How does that service work?
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Šime Vidas Apr 22
Replying to @stephaniehobson
It could be some special user-agent style that is applied to buttons.
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Šime Vidas Apr 22
Replying to @heydonworks
Clint Keaton
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Šime Vidas Apr 22
doesn’t let me send Google Translate links to family members (who don’t speak English). LOL, if you don’t want me to use your service, just say so. I have plenty of options. 😂
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Šime Vidas Apr 22
Replying to @miketaylr
I forget which one but one of the previous Google I/O sites would let you subscribe to notifications for specific events (talks) IIRC. That was pretty cool. And Guardian uses notifications during elections in pretty cool ways. That is is.
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Šime Vidas Apr 22
My sister is an avid Facebook user. She just asked me to disable notifications from in her desktop browser because they were becoming too annoying. I can count the number of times a website did notifications right on one hand.
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Šime Vidas Apr 22
Replying to @stshank
I still remember when the Google Webmasters Blog basically said, We can’t deal with spam. We give up. If you want to comment, go on Twitter. 😅
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Šime Vidas Apr 21
Replying to @kuvos
I use containers in Firefox for that. It’s just color-coded tabs that let you access different accounts of the same websites, all in the same browser window. Pretty useful.
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Šime Vidas Apr 20
The missing summary: “Ads for malware launch popups that bypass the popup blocker in Chrome on iOS.”
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Šime Vidas Apr 20
A behavior or action that is the result of JavaScript code, as opposed to HTML or CSS, is:
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