@chriscoyier Client work can be attractive (big paydays, you know exactly what they want)
I never know what the client wants and neither do they. I do make recommendations about what they need but that’s just like the doctor telling me I need to eat better. No fun.
@chriscoyier That must be super frustrating. You should do a CodePen radio episode about it.
Also has CodePen been affected by this pandemic?
@chriscoyier Looking at the near perfect brush bristles I see you have not given it to a toddler
@AGlingeanu @chriscoyier See ultratools.com/tools/ipWhoisLook… which provides WHOIS information about an IP address. You can see the organization that owns it and the range of IP addresses they own. With that they can build a list. They also probably dynamically block IPs based on irregular behavior.
@chriscoyier The JSON payload for any Instagram page is inlined in the HTML source. Look for `window._sharedData`. It’s pretty easy to reconstruct once you scrape an Instagram URL. The hard part is scraping Instagram URLs. You need to do it from a residential IP address not a web host.
@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…