HTML does not stand for HoTMachineLearning.
A lesson in priorities when it comes to coding for the Web and for the people using it.
The likes of Google, Mailchimp, and Stack Overflow have generated reports about the state of the Web in 2020.
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Hypertext still makes the world wide web go round but things were really spinning back in the 90s.
No longer free but still cost-effective.
Jason Hoffman of CSS Tricks took a trip down memory lane this week to look at the history of CSS. Hoffman’s article A Look Back at the History of CSS gives an account of how we came to style websites in the first place. From Marc Andreessen claiming there was no way to style a …