Handling Unused CSS In SASS To Improve Performance – Max Grid News Feed

Handling Unused CSS In SASS To Improve Performance Handling Unused CSS In SASS To Improve Performance Luke Harrison 2019-08-09T12:30:59+02:00 2019-08-09T17:37:05+00:00 In modern front-end development, developers should aim to write CSS which is scalable and maintainable. Otherwise, they risk losing control over specifics such as the cascade and selector specificity as the codebase grows and more […]

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Finding Groundedness in the Age of Anxiety – Max Grid News Feed

By Leo Babauta We live in uncertain times. Actually, things have always felt uncertain to the people who live in those times, but these days it might feel even more heightened, with the hyperconnectivity of the internet, social media and constant messaging, comparing ourselves to everyone else, and a very tense, divisive political situation (not […]

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How to Relaunch Your Blog After it Becomes Dormant – Max Grid News Feed

The post How to Relaunch Your Blog After it Becomes Dormant appeared first on ProBlogger. Based on Podcast Episode 234 Today I want to answer a question I get regularly from listeners: How do you relaunch a blog that’s died or become dormant? I’ll lay out two scenarios for relaunching a blog, and then give […]

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