Be nice. Or else.
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That looks correct, thanks!
What color scheme is that? Anyone know?
Daryl, you should write an article on creating color palettes. Your's look great.
I have to take a closer look, but one advantage seems to be more control over the number of columns per row. I was making a periodic table in flexbox, and needed 18 columns per row. Flexbox does not really have a simple solution for this, and I needed to use a combination of margins and something like width: calc(5.5555555556% - 6px);.
CSS grids solution? According to this article, perhaps something like: grid-template-columns: repeat(18, ?);
Love the art in "The Manners Pig" book. Congratulations :)
I have not had a chance to try the site on mobile, but I really like it on desktop. Looks great and everything loads surprisingly fast! I also like how easy it is to find and browse projects. Great layouts on the case studies :)
I really like the projects you've been involved in. Looks great Jesse!
As you read the article, the drama becomes so absurd that it is hard to believe anything the author writes - it's her against the entire world and everyone (seriously, everyone) is out to ruin her career. Usually when every single person is siding against you (including fellow female coworkers, since sexism is being brought up), perhaps there might be a good reason for it?
If you read the entire article, it is pretty clear that the author suffers from a severe persecution complex. You can tell by the amount of drama and conspiracy that seems to exist in every situation and relationship (work and personal) she describes.
Be nice. Or else.
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