WebKit now supports the srcset attribute on image (img) elements (official specification from the W3C). This allows you, the developer, to specify higher-quality images for your users who have high-resolution displays, without penalizing the users who don’t. Importantly, it also provides a graceful fallback for browsers that don’t yet support the feature.
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The good news is that this is going to be a relatively quick read.
The bad news is that after you read it, you're probably going to want do do a few things very differently than you are doing them today.
The good news is that I'm going to share with you three tools you can start using today to bring big changes to how you plan content for websites.
Ok, enough with the good news/bad news routine. Let's get right into it. There are three documents that have become indispensable to how we guide our clients through content planning in the very early stages of a project. I want to share those documents with you, and in doing so, hopefully impart a vision for better content-focused website planning.
We introduced Embedded Posts in July to make it easy for publishers to add any public post from Facebook to their blog or web site. Today, we're excited to make Embedded Posts available to all publishers.
Chris Coyier pointed out a problem that a lot of us in the web community experience but few of us probably notice:Spacing the Bottom of Modules or, rather,dealing with too much space at the bottom of a content module.
At SMX Advanced, I moderated a panel about technical SEO. Google’s Maile Ohye spoke about SEO best practices for technical implementation of mobile sites based on how Google crawls, indexed, and ranks mobile content and presents it to searchers on mobile devices.
She also talked about Google’s recent announcement that the mobile user experience is a factor in how Google ranks results for smartphone searchers.