Month: January 2017

Google Chrome 56 arrives with a warning to non-secure HTTP web pages

Google Chrome 56 arrives with a warning to non-secure HTTP web pages

Google Chrome has released version 56 of their browser and it’s knuckling down on internet security. It’s making it clear that having a site using HTTPS is now more important than ever. As part of Google’s mission for a safer and more secure internet, version 56 will mark all HTTP pages which […]

My favourite online web design and development resources

My favourite online web design and development resources

I’ve been stumbling around the internet for years now and like all of you reading this post, I have a list of my go-to websites for web design, development and inspiration. They’re not all for solving problems either, some are only for generating ideas or reading up on clever shit so […]

The end of the clearfix hack. Could it be?

The end of the clearfix hack. Could it be?

The clearfix hack is a method for an element to automatically clear its child elements. Generally it’s used in float layouts where elements are floated to be stacked horizontally. But, might it soon be a thing of the past? Goodbye clearfix hack. Say hello to the flow-root display property. Rachel Andrew’s blog has a […]