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There are all kinds of tools available for measuring page speed, but what data and assumptions do they use to measure performance?
To better gauge people’s understanding of data visualizations, it’s essential to define the concepts of numeracy and data literacy.
Altering the normal pace or direction of scrolling can contradict user expectations, control, and freedom.
After learning a little bit more about web accessibility last year I had been exploring some of the less common HTML elements.
With the advent of large language model-based artificial intelligence, semantic HTML is more important now than ever.
If you find yourself constantly struggling to categorize the numerous types of CSS selectors and combinators.
You can style based on a theme property, but how would we go about actually implementing that idea on a site-wide scale?
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