As a whole, web development has a real problem with honesty and rational thought. There’s a lot of pedantic nonsense promoted as good practice, based entirely in manufactured “truths” that aren’t based in any way, shape, or form in reality.
One such bald faced lie is the idea that the “universal selector” — a lone asterisk — is slow, confusing, difficult to understand, and I’ve even seen a few people call it outright evil. To be brutally frank, what a load of malarkey. Actually, I have stronger words for it, but I’m trying to behave here.
I recently added this to my…
<time> tag is one of the better additions to the language. In a sea of pointless redundancies and concepts that undo two decades of progress, it’s one of the few shining gems.
Most important is the inclusion of the
datetime attribute, which lets you state a proper full time for machine parsing, whilst the content can be more “user friendly”.
27 March 2020 07:44 PST
But wouldn’t it be nice if we could make it so that the contents of said tag was automatically adjusted to the user’s local time? Without them having to make an account or declare what that local time is? …
This is a follow-up to my previous article “Scalable Styled Checkboxes Using Just CSS”
I am often amazed at the flaming hoops of fire people will use to accomplish the simplest of things. Styling the HTML <input> tag when it’s a checkbox or a radio button definitely qualifies for this.
This is particularly true of the people who throw around the word “component” … you know the types; React/Vue fanboys who aren’t qualified to even write HTML in the first place. …