A friend asked me this, for a class project: As an official UX Expert, how important is it that sites are created to reach a range of audiences? Of course, I had to be disagreeable: – I can’t say that it’s always necessary to make your work accessible to everyone. One of the first steps [...]
Set the ‘overflow’ of rotating elements (that use ‘transform: rotate(xdeg);’) to ‘hidden’. Using Chrome (15.0.874.121) today, I discovered that doing a rotation transform in an element that is scrolling will monkey around with the dimensions of the scrollpane. In my example, I have a small 10×10 icon that rotate, inside an element that overflows: .container [...]
If you’re using a WordPress theme, or are “fixing” someone else’s website, it can be tough to figure out how an existing stylesheet works. But thanks to Web Inspector, a tool built in to WebKit based browsers like Safari and Chrome, you can view exactly which combination of CSS properties define the behavior of an [...]
Chrome UX team, stop trying to be so clever. The render area in any web browser should be inviolate.
I wrote a Chrome plugin that blocks everything Palin. It’s been a huge time saver.
Fixing the box model quirk with input elements in modern browsers.
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