@chriscoyier Good booms
@chriscoyier Can you describe this as an :nth-child() selector?
WordPress looks at all of the unique keys stored in the post_meta table. Since something is storing hashed keys you get a lot of garbage in the custom fields drop down since the hashes are all unique.
@chriscoyier I think its more like this
@chriscoyier You could just end all blogs with this
“it’s more to say all this is complicated and tiring.”
@chriscoyier I think I read Goodnight Moon maybe 30 times last year…
@chriscoyier I was recently playing around with a GitHub action that automatically SSH’s into your server and runs a git pull to update automagically.
@chriscoyier Oh haha I thought it might be a gnarly antenna thingy.
@chriscoyier What’s that weird line?
@chriscoyier This is totally a human analysis + tool analysis type of problem. Feels really good when you are confident that there is some CSS you can chuck!
Bowline knots are probably fun to learn because they have a story about a rabbit that goes up a hole, around a tree, and back down the hole again animatedknots.com/bowline-knot
Now you can pay creators for time spent on site. It’s an interesting experiment.
But thems the breaks when you put the code out there for anyone to do what they want with.
Using preconnect and dns-prefetch is redundant. preconnect will do the DNS lookup + connection stuff
But IE doesn’t support preconnect so dns-prefetch is a fallback there.
@chriscoyier Look on the bright side. Hello Dolly is still in the top 25. It is not just a plugin, it symbolizes the hope and enthusiasm of an entire generation.