Articles on Html

Last updated: 2023/03/07

Top deep-dives on Html

Those HTML Attributes You Never Use

Louis Lazaris' article illuminates obscure HTML attributes like enterkeyhint, stylesheet title, cite, a number of different ones for custom ordered lists, download, decoding, loading, form, and a few more. It is a bit of a listicle, but the obscurity and detail in the explanation of each attribute made it worth featuring for me.

How to Eliminate Render-Blocking Resources: a Deep Dive

If you're looking to optimize your website's user experience, or SEO performance, the time it takes for a page to load is an essential criterion. One of the key factors affecting this stat is what Sia Karamalegos addresses in this titular article. Sia goes into the what, why, when, and how, thoroughly exposing render-blocking resources.

Form Validation Using JavaScript's Constraint Validation API

Although not the typical style of deep-dive, in this article Craig Buckler thoroughly covers all aspects of form validation using only built-in HTML features.

Div divisiveness

Scott O'Hara explores the HTML element div's role in the world of accessibility.

<article> vs. <section>: How To Choose The Right One

Olushuyi Olutimilehin does a very thorough analysis of when to use article and section elements for optimal accessibility on the web.

Rebuilding Loggi’s Design System on top of Material UI

Gustavo de Paula describes how his company switched to using Material UI for their frontend, what a design system is and why it is useful.
Some highlights:

  • "A design system is a set of consistent principles and rules that guide the creation of user experiences inside a product"
  • Design systems are useful because they reduce the overhead required to think about how something has to be done, while also allowing for re-usability
  • Interesting elaboration on how (and how not) the switch was a success for the company

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