Mid-year update on Compat 2021—an effort to eliminate browser compatibility problems in five key focus areas: CSS flexbox, CSS Grid, position: sticky, aspect-ratio, and CSS transforms.
Detectify Crowdsource is not your average bug bounty platform. It’s an invite-only community of the best ethical hackers who are passionate about securing modern technologies and end users. Crowdsource hackers Hakluke and Farah Hawa have joined forces on this guest blog on how hackers and defenders can (safely) hack APIs to help make the Internet safer.
At some time in the past, you were given a design mockup to implement. The designer used a new cool font, and it looks perfect in the design. Once you import it and use it in CSS, you will notice additional spacing around the font. What is that? And why the designer did pick such a font in the first place?
Gone are the days of yore when we named are our servers Etsy, Betsy, and Momo, fed them fish, and cleaned their poop. Well, servers were our pets. Fast-forward, to the world of Kubernetes, and each server, is now a UUID. Is it beneficial anymore to continue observing an individual server?
I have run into situations like this. Like lazy loading in HTML. It’s easy to drop that attribute onto an image element only to realize… it actually needs more than that to do its thing. We’ll get into that specific one in a moment as we look at a few other features that might not work exactly as you‘d expect.