If you care about web performance, please stop using gifs for animations on your website. Heck, even Giphy, the largest gif library in the world, serves gifs as MP4 files. Actual GIF format is their last possible fallback.
The web is mostly lists. Ever been to a website without a navigation menu? That said, not everything on the web looks like a list. It's easy to un-style a list, but is there a pure CSS way to change the color of list markers, without the use of an image?
When I opened my website with Internet Explorer 5, it was just good enough that I thought "Hey, I can work with this." I think it might be helpful for somebody if I wrote about what I found. Here are some of the weird and surprising things I learned making my website work in Internet Explorer 5.
I'm sometimes lazy when it comes to accessibility on web projects. No matter how hard I try, I'm usually adding
roleattributes later than I'd like.