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Link types help describe the relationship between two or more web pages. They can also express the reason why particular hyperlinks are present in the web page. Defining link types is good for SEO because search engines can use this data to understand your content better. Other web services such as social media platforms, assistive technologies, […]
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Meaningful markup for textual web content such as blog posts, news articles, and essays.
This guide on improving web performance talks about optimizing the HTML structure to load resources optimally, as well as server configurations.
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This free icon set contains 100 symbols for common user-interface actions. Each icon is available in PNG and SVG.
A quick status update on some things that have happened here on Six Revisions in the latest quarter (January 1 to March 31, 2015).
This guide will show you a process for improving website speed and performance using modern developer tools.
A short guide on how to use the non-standard user-select CSS property to prevent users from selecting text and other HTML elements.
CSS variables allow us to create custom properties that can be reused throughout our stylesheets.
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A quick tutorial that will help you get started with Bower, an excellent front-end development package manager.
This short tutorial shows you how to perform responsive design testing with Google Chrome's device mode feature.