@joshavanier I really enjoy your thoughtfulness here
@tendigits Thank you. It’s been a fun exercise :)
@joshavanier Love it, site looks lovely! Going to use yours as an inspiration to improve my styles a bit more and maybe write about it as well.
@joshavanier I like how this explains every choice, it makes the site feel very .. huh.. "intentful", nothing is there without a purpose.
@lanodan I'm just trying to minimise the number of requests. The CSS is small. 73 pages for a total of 198.5 kB.
I find 16px a tad too small for reading so I bumped it up to 20.
I'm not sure what you mean by the third thing. Do you mean I shouldn't separate the `background-color` and `color` declarations for the body?
@lanodan Interesting. I thought `pt` was just for print though, isn't it?
I think the colours will be fine. It's just two colours with good contrast. If both colours don't get rendered, then everything reverts to black text on white with blue links, I guess.
@joshavanier the site is looking great!
would be interested to hear about the thought process behind the "I don't care about chrome" stance.
fully understand not wanting to _use_ chrome, but incorrect image rendering for a large chunk of internet users for the sake of saving 10s of bytes is... interesting :p
@_manpat Thanks! I just don't like the idea of having to use some special setting just to make something work for specific browsers, especially ones run by one of the worst companies in the world.
Plus I don't really see how not catering to a large crowd of Internet users is going to affect me. Even if no one looks at or uses the things I create, I'll still be doing what I do.
If I was doing this as a business, perhaps then I'll be more concerned. Maybe.
@joshavanier yeah I get that - dealing w/ browser differences is a pain in the ass.
I guess for me it kinda comes down to "who is your website for?" if not for a large crowd of internet users :p
@_manpat I just hope Chrome users can forgive a few blurry pixel art and be somehow inspired to switch to Firefox hehe
@joshavanier that may be a bit optimistic but I respect it haha
@joshavanier real good. learned a couple new tricks from this, thanks for the write-up!
@dom Awesome! 😀
@joshavanier Interesting! I’m wondering about your choice to ignore Chrome, IE, etc., would you mind sharing your thoughts on that?
@rostiger I’m distancing myself from Google* and Microsoft as much as possible because their existence is noxious. They’ll keep on growing if people keep using and developing for their ecosystems.
@joshavanier Ah, I thought so, thanks for the clarification.
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