Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “frontend”
Accessible Design: No "_blank"
Auto-opening link in a new tab/window breaks the back button and is unnecessary (because users have the ability to make that choice for themselves).
By Daniel F. Dickinson on October 14, 2021
Too Much Web, Not Enough Design
It seems I’m doing more front-end web work than is ideal these days. I say that because I tend to prefer technical aspects of web development…
By Daniel F. Dickinson on July 18, 2021
Web Design After All
I’ve ended up doing some frontend web design after all, and have also enjoyed working with the Hugo static website generator.
By Daniel F. Dickinson on March 29, 2021
How Not to Rebuild a WordPress Site
I exported the site and then removed it, and created a new ‘wildtechgarden.ca’ instance with my hosting company, unfortunately…
By Daniel F. Dickinson on March 9, 2021
ARCHIVED: Hugo Module Development With Netlify
Using a Hugo module starter and Netlify for Hugo module development
By Daniel F. Dickinson on October 12, 2021
ARCHIVED: A Font For All Ages
ARCHIVED: This page is archived and may contain information that is out-of-date or no longer accurate. Especially if you are older, have dirty or inadequate glasses, are just tired, or are using a small screen, you may have noticed that many sites use an excessively small font and that, worse, if you zoom the page, that the formatting of site ‘goes all to pieces’.
By Daniel F. Dickinson on February 3, 2021