A Vision of Web Development
Post from May 13, 2015 (↻ October 9, 2019), filed under Web Development.
There is one thing every web developer should aspire to: writing the most minimal, semantically appropriate, valid HTML, and then never changing it. “Never” not in a sense of denial and refusal, for structural changes can always require modifications, but in the sense of a guiding light. The idea of minimal, semantically appropriate, valid markup tickles the most out of us as web developers. It leads us not only to supreme markup quality but pushes us to acquire and exhibit bigger powers in our style sheets and scripts.
As briefly as I could put it—in The Little Book of HTML/CSS Frameworks!
I’m Jens Oliver Meiert, and I’m a web developer and author. I love trying things, including in the fields of philosophy, art, and adventure. Here on meiert.com I share some of my thoughts and experiences.
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Perhaps my most relevant book: CSS Optimization Basics (2018). Writing CSS is a craft. As craftspeople we strive to write high quality CSS. In CSS Optimization Basics I lay out the, at least some of the most important aspects of such CSS.
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