Accessibility and Semantic HTML

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Accessibility is about making the content on your webpage to be enjoyed by as many people as possible. This post teaches some basics of accessibility using semantic HTML, which is the core of an accessible web page.

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Image Resizing

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One of the things that really grinds my gears is trying to upload an image and then being told it needs to be smaller. This post covers how a website can dynamically resize an image to the size they need and also lightly covers Promises and asynchronous code.

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The Perfect Button

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If you've ever worked in a shared codebase with more than a handful of engineers, you've probably come across at least a few buttons that look the same but are very different once you get to know them. The Perfect Button will help solve or help you prevent this problem in a few quick lines of CSS.

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You are an engineer

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Anyone that reads this post is a software engineer. Go ahead and read it to assume a new identity or be assured of the one you already have.

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Web Anatomy

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Every webpage is made up primarily of three technologies: Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and JavaScript (JS). When they're all combined they produce amazing user experiences.

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Hello World

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Hello World is a common way programmers learn a new language. If you're brand new to web development or coding in general, this post is a straight to the point introduction.

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