jm + css   8

"Stylish" browser extension steals all your internet history | Robert Heaton
'Stylish, the popular CSS userstyle browser extension [collects] complete browser history, including sites scraped from Google results. Instant uninstall.' (via Andy Baio)
privacy  browser  extensions  stylish  css  history  data-protection 
july 2018 by jm
command line utility that performs an HTML element selection on HTML content passed to the stdin. Using css selectors that everybody knows. Since input comes from stdin and output is sent to stdout, it can easily be used inside traditional UNIX pipelines to extract content from webpages and html files. tq provides extra formating options such as json-encoding or newlines squashing, so it can play nicely with everyones favourite command line tooling.
tq  linux  unix  cli  command-line  html  parsing  css  tools 
may 2016 by jm
Breaking the 1000 ms Time to Glass Mobile Barrier [slides]
Great presentation from Google on HTML5 CSS+JS render speed, 3G/4G network latency, etc. (via John G)
google  slides  3g  4g  lte  networking  telcos  telecom  css  js  html5  web  via:jg  mobile 
april 2013 by jm
Design for developers [presentation]
A nice set of practical web/UI/typography design guidelines, naming specific sources (via Rob C)
ui  interface  typography  css  design  web  slides 
march 2013 by jm
Bootstrap, from Twitter
'a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites'; 'includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more.' Very, very nice, AL2 licensed (via Mick Twomey)
via:micktwomey  twitter  ui  css  design  html  styling  web-apps  layout 
august 2011 by jm
Tracking the Trackers: To Catch a History Thief | Stanford Center for Internet and Society
jaysus. the Epic Marketplace online ad network performs a history stealing attack to determine if the viewer has recently visited 'pages about getting pregnant and fertility, including at the Mayo Clinic'. very very scummy -- massive privacy violation (via Adam Shostack)
privacy  history  browsers  history-stealing  css  attacks  security  via:adamshostack  epic-marketplace  nai  ads 
july 2011 by jm
How to build a Google Chrome extension in 15 minutes
wow. that _is_ easy; wonder if it'd be nearly as easy to write an extension as it is nowadays to write userscripts in Firefox
user-scripts  google  chrome  firefox  extensions  coding  html  css  from delicious
december 2009 by jm

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