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andreasbovens / data-uri-context-menu-mac.md
Last active Dec 3, 2018
How to quickly create a "Convert to data URI" context menu option on Mac
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Setup

  1. Download https://gist.github.com/jsocol/1089733 and unpack
  2. Rename data-uri.py to data-uri and copy to /usr/local/bin/
  3. Open Terminal, cd /usr/local/bin/ and and then chmod +x data-uri (enter password when prompted)
  4. Open Automator, choose New > Service.
  5. Set up the service as follows:
    Service receives selected files or folders in Finder.app
    which is connected to a Run Shell Script action, with the following settings:
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andreasbovens / viewport-meta-in-20-best-responsive-designs.md
Created Jul 17, 2012
Viewport meta tags used by the 20 sites that are listed in Social Driver's "20 Best Responsive Web Design Examples of 2012"
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Intro

http://socialdriver.com/2012/07/20-best-responsive-websites/ lists 20 sites that are supposedly best-in-class when it comes to responsive design techniques. I had a look at the viewport meta tags used in these sites.

Findings

  • All sites use width=device-width, with in most cases an additional initial-scale=1. This is good practice.

However:

  • 8 sites turn off pinch-zooming by setting maximum-scale to 1, or using user-scalable=no. While there are some corner use cases for this, it does not make sense to do this on text-heavy sites as it impairs accessibility.
  • 3 sites use semi-colons as delimiters between viewport values. While this works in newer mobile browsers, it's not officially supported, and breaks in older mobile browser versions.
  • 1 site has 2 viewport meta tags (with different values) in the source...
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andreasbovens / gist:3108623
Created Jul 14, 2012 — forked from paulirish/gist:3098860
Open Conference Expectations
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Open Conference Expectations

This document lays out some baseline expectations between conference speakers and conference presenters. The general goal is to maximize the value the conference provides to its attendees and community and to let speakers know what they might reasonably expect from a conference.

We believe that all speakers should reasonably expect these things, not just speakers who are known to draw large crowds, because no one is a rock star, but more people should have the chance to be one. We believe that conferences are better -- and, dare we say, more diverse -- when the people speaking are not just the people who can afford to get themselves there, either because their company paid or they foot the bill themselves. Basically, this isn't a rock show rider, it's some ideas that should help get the voices of lesser known folks heard.

These expectations should serve as a starting point for discussion between speaker and organizer. They are not a list of demands; they are a list of re

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