SVGs, CSS and Javascript: Where Images and Code Cross

SVGs (Scalable Vector Graphics) is well-accepted as an ideal format for two-dimensional graphics on the web. Logos, icons, backgrounds, buttons and animated graphics can scale for high-definition displays while maintaining low file-size. There are several ways to implement SVGs within web code. The chosen method depends heavily on what you’re trying to achieve. SVG Embed...

HTTPS, A Necessary Investment

This video from DigiCert does a good job of spelling out recent updates to HTTPS on the Internet. As of July 2018, Google Chrome released changes to its handling of HTTP sites. In the address bar, these sites are now labeled Not Secure. On all HTTP pages, Chrome 68 displays a warning reading “Not Secure”...

With MJML you might actually enjoy coding an HTML email!

If you’ve been coding HTML/CSS markup for a long time, you have occasionally had to (with no shortage of dread) whip up an HTML email. The HTML email landscape has been stuck in prehistoric times relying on 90s era markup to handle the shortcomings and inconstancies of email clients (one in particular, I’m looking at...