A comments section is a good way to inhance your content and interacte with users. This should be a simple micro web experiance that is quick and easy to use. If your users typically have a GitHub account then giscus can beRead more...Web Development
From Creativity to Results
I’m Jeremy Faucher, a Seattle-based front-end web developer with a passion for usability.
A little about me.
I’ve been working as a web designer/developer for over 8 years. This experience ensures a refined web design process that delivers results.
My focus is testing and writing about performance based web design and development using
CSS. I coverer all things web, from UI/UX design to front-end development, while advocating for user experience and accessibility.
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Offering my best advice, research and how-tos.
Create Markdown Page Template With Shell Script
I have been using Save As to create new web pages from old ones for my blog for some time now. This works okay, but I have to rename the file, delete out the old content, then leave some of the reusable HTML snippets likeRead more...
Disable Gutenberg Blocks for a More Curated UI
Out of the box Gutenberg comes with many different types of blocks, which is nice. Although if you are wanting a more curated editor UI, than we need to limit what is getting loaded here. Gutenberg Block Manager The firstRead more...
Learn React Basics using CDN
Typically we use a package called Create Reat App, to start a React project with node.js and npm. We can also use the React CDN to quickly get up and running. This is a good way to learn the React ecosystem and test outRead more...
Add Active Class with forEach Loop