In this issue: Defensive CSS, the “Other” form option, better ping app, and more.
Ahmad Shadeed shares a collection of snippets that can help you write CSS that is protected, which will lead to fewer issues in the future.
How many people with disabilities use our site?
Hidde de Vries explains why we should always build accessible sites, no matter how many people with disabilities use them.
Under-Engineered Dependency Questions
Adrian Roselli describes how selecting the “Other” option in forms could be handled with only HTML and CSS in an accessible way.
Google Fonts team shares a library of original guides to the world of typography produced in collaboration with typographic experts from around the world.
Why you should check-in your node dependencies
Jack Franklin explains some significant benefits to including the node_modules folder in the repository.
Improving GitHub code search
Pavel Avgustinov announces a technology preview for substantial improvements to searching code on GitHub.
Chrome Developers share a UI development treat every day for you to celebrate the new responsive web of tomorrow.
Tom Forbes shares a terminal app that is best described as “ping, but with a graph.”