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🏖 Some end-of-summer downtime

I took a wee bit of time off during August, so just a single post for you this month, but one well worth reading if you’re looking to make your website load faster and score some points with search engines along the way: Critical CSS: what it is, why it’s useful, and how it works.

From the archives

One of the most popular articles I wrote last year was When design breaks semantics. Semantic HTML is great, but sometimes following the rules is tricky, like when a link has to look like a button in order to be easily understood by users. What seems like an easy switch can cause some real accessibility issues, but there are some neat ways to mitigate those.

Elsewhere on the web

In no particular order, here are some interesting articles I enjoyed during August:

Anyway, have a great September, enjoy the reading, and I’ll catch up with you again at the same time next month 🙇‍♂️

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