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Styling Based on Scroll Position
Styling Based on Scroll Position

<![CDATA[ ]]> Share this: Rik Schennink documents a system for being able to write CSS selectors that style a page when it has scrolled to a certain point. If you’re like me, you’re already on the lookout for document.addEventListener('scroll' ... and being terrified about performance. Rik gets to that right away by both debouncing the... » read more

We Dipped Our Toes Into Double Featured Snippets
We Dipped Our Toes Into Double Featured Snippets

This post was originally published on the STAT blog. Featured snippets, a vehicle for voice search and the answers to our most pressing questions, have doubled on the SERPs — but not in the way we usually mean. This time, instead of appearing on two times the number of SERPS, two snippets are appearing on... » read more

Advanced Linkbuilding: How to Find the Absolute Best Publishers and Writers to Pitch
Advanced Linkbuilding: How to Find the Absolute Best Publishers and Writers to Pitch

In my last post, I explained how using network visualization tools can help you massively improve your content marketing PR/Outreach strategy —understanding which news outlets have the largest syndication networks empowers your outreach team to prioritize high-syndication publications over lower syndication publications. The result? The content you are pitching enjoys significantly more widespread link pickups.... » read more

Advantages of a Pearl Harbor Tour
Advantages of a Pearl Harbor Tour

Please link source article Advantages of a Pearl Harbor Tour Picture it. You wake up one morning during your Hawaiian getaway and decide you want to see what Pearl Harbor has to offer. You’ve heard so much about it and know it frequently comes up as a “must-see” experience for everyone visiting Oahu. You roll... » read more

The Bottleneck of the Web
The Bottleneck of the Web

<![CDATA[ ]]> Share this: Steve Souders, “JavaScript Dominates Browser CPU”: Ten years ago the network was the main bottleneck. Today, the main bottleneck is JavaScript. The amount of JavaScript on pages is growing rapidly (nearly 5x in the last 7 years). In order to keep pages rendering and feeling fast, we need to focus on... » read more

Learning to Learn
Learning to Learn

<![CDATA[ ]]> Share this: There’s been a lot of talk recently about whether or not you need a degree to be in tech (spoiler: you don’t). But please don’t take this to mean you don’t need any kind of education to be in tech, because by not getting a degree, you’re opting to replace the... » read more

The Best Site To Buy Your Domain Name
The Best Site To Buy Your Domain Name

Hands down The Best Site To Buy Your Domain Name is NameSilo.com.  They deal with all manner of TLDs (the last few letters after the last . in a name i.e. .com) and they are consistently cheap to register, they come with FREE Privacy Protection (Which Godaddy Charges Like $8 For) AND heres the kicker... » read more

Mask Compositing: The Crash Course
Mask Compositing: The Crash Course

<![CDATA[ ]]> Share this: At the start of 2018, as I was starting to go a bit deeper into CSS gradient masking in order to create interesting visuals one would think are impossible otherwise with just a single element and a tiny bit of CSS, I learned about a property that had previously been completely... » read more