Hello from Toronto!
I am here speaking at FITC Web Unleashed as well as running a CSS Layout Workshop here. It has been a fun event so far, although I am looking forward to today when I don't have to speak and can just enjoy the conference. My slides from yesterday are included in this email.
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Rachel Andrew, CSS Layout News
The slides and resources for my new talk, presented first at FITC Web Unleashed here in Toronto. I used lots of little videos in this talk for the first time as our platform for speakers Notist allows me to embed the video in the slide deck.
A useful guide to lazy-loading images, a technique that helps improve the time it takes for a web page to load by deferring image loads until they are needed.
A very detailed post about stacking contexts in CSS.
Something I have been working on for MDN is the CSS Layout Cookbook. The idea being to create example code for common design patterns. I will be adding to this over the next few weeks.
A post about measuring layout performance on the web, explaining why it is hard to measure style and layout.
Jen Simmons talks about Intrinsic Web Design on the Shoptalk Show podcast.
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