How to solve mixed-content warning

Do you have legacy contents and apps that call resources from HTTP? When your secured (i.e., HTTPS) webpage or application tries to load assets from insecure source, chrome and other browsers display this security warning message. An obvious solution would be for you to fix your webpage or application so that requests to insecure connection…

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Guys I follow to learn front-end development

Jake Archibald Jake doesn’t write often but when he writes, he provides extremely insightful and through information. https://jakearchibald.com/ https://github.com/jakearchibald David Walsh https://davidwalsh.name/ https://github.com/darkwing I’ve learned so much javascript from David Walsh that it’s not even funny. Todd Motto https://toddmotto.com/ https://github.com/toddmotto Todd Motto is a javascript hipster. He writes mostly about Angular but his coverage of…

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The `:focus-within` Pseudo Class

Nice find by Ian Devlin: The :focus-within pseudo class becomes active when an element itself has focus or if any of its descendants does. Selecting a parent element based on children is lonnng awaited. The crown jewel of that is :has(). I wonder if that’s getting closer. https://www.iandevlin.com/blog/2017/04/css/the-focus-within-pseudo-class

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