The <hgroup> elements has been removed from HTML 5.1. From my research the consensus seems to be that it will not be misssed. In this post Bruce Lawson explains what this means for us when writing mark up for taglines and subheaders into the future. (brucelawson.co.uk)
John Siracusa gets all in depth about the current web rendering engine landscape. (hypercritical.co)
When your code isn’t coupled to jQuery, it’s much easier to spin out the reusable pieces so you can publish them to package repositories like npm. (substack.net)
It’s always been a little tricky to style form elements. This post by TJ VanToll will no doubt help you overcome your troubles. (tjvantoll.com)
Todd Motto gives some great advice on writing better CSS for your future projects. (toddmotto.com)
A nice little article by Harry Roberts about implementing CSS hacks in an organised way. (csswizardry.com)
Tools / Resources
WP Migrate DB Pro eliminates the manual work of migrating a WP database. Copy your db from one WP install to another with a single-click in your dashboard. A life saver of a plugin! (deliciousbrains.com)
In this 60-minute video from An Event Apart Boston, Scott Berkun tackles designer disempowerment. He discusses how power actually works and why developing salesmanship skills is a must, even if your job isn’t public-facing. (alistapart.com)
Ben Howdle gives a little advice on how you can create more opportunity for yourself by taking a small amount of time to learn something. (medium.com)
Join a team of stellar designers and developers and work on a popular web application that powers some of the coolest businesses in the world. (getharvest.com)
Last But Not Least…
Chrome recently announced they will be replacing the WebKit rendering engine with a new one, named Blink. Chris Wilson and Paul Irish chat with Jen Simmons to explain all the details. (5by5.tv)
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