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Vadim Makeev @pepelsbey_ Saint Petersburg, Russia

Myself at @HTMLAcademy_en, @GoogleDevExpert, head of @webstandards_ru, @pitercss_meetup organizer, @shower_me author, @fword_dev host. По-русски: @pepelsbey

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Joined Twitter 3/23/14


@SaraSoueidan @svgeesus Those rubber bands dampen bad vibrations from your keyboard or table bumps, that could be r… https://t.co/Wg1xzbhhDG @SaraSoueidan @svgeesus I guess birds could also add extra tension 😂 By the way, if you want the whole thing to be… https://t.co/bK4nvVzfhs @svgeesus @SaraSoueidan Well, the tension could be adjusted and mic could be better centered, but I’d keep this up to Sara :)
7/5
2020
@svgeesus @SaraSoueidan I know this shock mount and this mic, it works totally fine in this position.
7/4
2020
Remember this “traveling” thing? Just developed a film with everything I managed to see in the beginning of the yea… https://t.co/6kDcD0bFp6Less just calculated this for me: grid-column: 1 / -1 grid-column: -1 Thank you dear. *throwing Less out the window*
7/3
2020
@patrickbrosset I do, but this is still an unexpected behavior, considering the rest of the CSS features, so I neve… https://t.co/pwa4jATt9mWe started working on the iPad app right after the Apple announcement that the iPadOS will allow third party font i… https://t.co/cydlKyLCNE
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7/2
2020
@lbineau @brucel I’d wait for such case to happen before wasting at least 5 GB on your drive :) Or what’s the footp… https://t.co/yy03IXpfNE @brucel You don’t need the whole Xcode itself, just its CLI tools. It can be installed via: xcode-select --install
7/1
2020
Episode 4: Apple vs. EU, form slappers, where’s Houdini, browser bugs and Web compat. https://t.co/MKmgkLAHRZ Goo… https://t.co/36vrCA506A
Retweeted by Vadim Makeev @ioctaptceb If you feel adventurous 😜 we could have a quick call so I can pitch you the topics we have and you’ll s… https://t.co/aY2iVcezk9 @ioctaptceb hello! We’d like to invite you as a guest to our @webstandards_ru podcast. This weekend or some other t… https://t.co/3HQ4SjLwFI @jaffathecake It’s a bit unusual that <title> doesn’t contain the name of the web site. I tried to share it to Slac… https://t.co/y9LMt4Jfnq
6/30
2020
@CassandraPaigee @Una I used to play with CSS like this myself until I learned about accessibility. There’s a good… https://t.co/WXNyPBkGhh @CassandraPaigee @Una CSS-only solutions seems nice and fun to build, but unfortunately I wouldn’t recommend anyone… https://t.co/eREnMiJAho @Paul_Kinlan I know, I’m just extending your thought: the whole system of magic paths is kinda broken, though we go… https://t.co/7vW1lLUJQI @Paul_Kinlan I’m not sure if magic JS imports from node_modules (or any other “obvious” locations) are any better.
6/29
2020
@simevidas Sometimes I write <a href> which is an equivalent to <a href=“”> Not sure if it’s in the spec, but it wo… https://t.co/GCtb8yDIRV
6/26
2020
@jensimmons In most cases it’s Squoosh (it’s fine if you’re not a content manager), but sometimes I use tools from… https://t.co/Xek2Tl7B0F
6/25
2020
@tanishaaa03 @patrick_h_lauke @argyleink I don’t think it’s achievable via CSS. I’d wait for AOM… https://t.co/duOIyQvrxZ
6/24
2020
@patrick_h_lauke @tanishaaa03 @argyleink Unfortunately <button type=button><span class=icon></span></button> would… https://t.co/En2aCY8KOl @tanishaaa03 @argyleink <input type="submit" value="Send"> in login form or <button type="button">Close</button> fo… https://t.co/v12ExB7o8Q @tanishaaa03 @argyleink It could be a value attribute in input[type=submit] case and some actual text in button[typ… https://t.co/T4HqNNcga3
6/23
2020
You can keep track of which element has focus on the page using Chrome DevTools. No need to manually log `document.… https://t.co/0w6Nop2Bck
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6/21
2020
I still can’t quite believe that this is now where I work. Oh, yup. As of June 1. I’m Apple’s newest Web Technolo… https://t.co/fbkwuhoCG3
Retweeted by Vadim MakeevI created a Grid cheat sheet : ) https://t.co/T0YrPGAkL8 https://t.co/vme4d13PCi
Retweeted by Vadim Makeev @MiriSuzanne It’s pretty common to have a design in three artboards (mobile, tablet, desktop) and its fare to say t… https://t.co/EzOQMTJqu1 @MiriSuzanne Mobile-first or desktop-first is rather a direction in which your interface progresses. It’s usually d… https://t.co/RfGDD6ECOG
6/20
2020
If you have any questions now, during WWDC, or in the future about WebKit, Web Inspector, Safari, or Safari Extensi… https://t.co/E6MIVI1eRw
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6/18
2020
@benfrain Can’t wait to see what happens under the cut 😲 https://t.co/HaDZIC3jM4 @jaffathecake I’d rather use 30/60fps combo so it would be easier to convert 30 to 60fps output. With 24/60 you mig… https://t.co/6Ny7mOsEiz⭐️Vote here ⭐️ for CSS nesting in Chromium 👇 https://t.co/uBiCge1uSN
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6/17
2020
I tested the how the 1000 most popular Chrome extension impact browser performance. Here are the results. Thread 1/… https://t.co/yIo9ZBGwHp
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6/16
2020
@jon_neal Thank you! And let me help :) @argyleink @derSchepp @jaffathecake I totally get it. It’s just too easy to get carried away with your defaults and… https://t.co/gHIPKu0TtV @jon_neal I’m still willing to help to solve this issue, if only I could find the code. Do you mind putting it some… https://t.co/7bjatDRrzP @argyleink @derSchepp @jaffathecake Knowing that, I’d carefully choose what to personally use and what to promote a… https://t.co/DC5neje4qu @argyleink @derSchepp @jaffathecake I know, it’s stage-1 feature from https://t.co/c3U6Bfo8tk I saw config in one o… https://t.co/LSsk4rzfXy @jaffathecake @argyleink Well it doesn’t and that’s the point: it’s not modern, it wishful or fantasy CSS. I wouldn… https://t.co/bELtb45qdYInteresting discovery about the new focus styles in Chromium — custom focus styles are triggered on link clicks, bu… https://t.co/qyIl6o1b6O
Retweeted by Vadim MakeevOur St. Peterburg Metro map got an update with new stations, parks, a PDF and a poster. Check it out:… https://t.co/1I5c01SAqu
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6/15
2020
The most tricky keyboard I’ve ever used just arrived: hardware customization only, no arrow keys. But it’s so thin,… https://t.co/FfgcDt5sxKOne thing I left out of my Android 11 beta hands on was the improved Voice Access, which now understand screen cont… https://t.co/5VnrDLrSGU
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6/11
2020
@serhiikulykov CSS encapsulation via JS API is a bit inconvenient, I’d say. Can’t wait to see declarative Web Compo… https://t.co/0uYhKcVCN8What do you want more?
Retweeted by Vadim Makeev @lisi_linhart I got this a few times in a row today while trying to access your blog, but then it fixed itself. It’… https://t.co/K4L9fyrQF4 @iliakan You can probably ask @SaraSoueidan or @shadeed9 and hire them for review.
6/10
2020
@Una @argyleink, hello CSS team :) It would be great to have modern MQ syntax available in all browsers, not just F… https://t.co/IvCK4pIreb
6/5
2020
@DasSurma @jaffathecake @Lady_Ada_King I made my own prompter web app a while ago, check it out :) https://t.co/CtELuMLlrg
6/4
2020
@jon_neal could you please help me to find the css-preset-env website’s source code? I’d like to help fixing the pr… https://t.co/uzcA7KYyOa @isellsoap Yes! <dl>’s content model: …one or more div elements https://t.co/vCUFkQIVUA
5/30
2020
@PatreonSupport I’m struggling to save edits in existing posts both on web site and in iOS app. Could you please fi… https://t.co/TCy8nNXeVN
5/27
2020
@MiriSuzanne It puzzles me too: inline code samples on one hand make everything focused and show how simple those s… https://t.co/D1qmAy7Bkd @briankardell @brucel This is not the most digestible format for figuring out the jump-out rules, but that’s a start! Thank you.
5/26
2020
Episode 3: Web site resilience, HTML nesting rules, masonry layout, Web We Want. https://t.co/x7dTxLjQCd Google P… https://t.co/hpAqo145YG
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5/25
2020
@SaraSoueidan It’s been half a year: I’m enjoying bigger screen, better keyboard with T-shaped arrow keys and dedicated Esc button :)
5/20
2020
@simevidas I try to avoid desktop-only (cursor-only) solutions (even pretend that they don’t exist), because develo… https://t.co/IWozAwOMDs @simevidas <a aria-label="foo"> <img alt="bar"> </a> It’s foo again. I prefer to avoid using title attribute apa… https://t.co/w8cJ3b3e3ZHow to compliment a woman in tech... or any field: ✅ Tell her that her course/blog/work is great and you learned a… https://t.co/5vMVB4wKdx
Retweeted by Vadim Makeev @jchmski @argyleink I’m not sure how margin-block-start is better than margin-top if I’m not planning to adapt my U… https://t.co/FvLdMEtdwh
5/19
2020
@CSSInRealLife It’s still useful and thank you for sharing it! I just always try to find a way to improve such tools, so I had to try :)Not sure which mechanical keyboard to choose? @benfrain explains the different layouts, switch types, keycap materi… https://t.co/nVPHN1vTUS
Retweeted by Vadim Makeev @CSSInRealLife Also SCSS is not really needed: padding-top: calc((9 / 16) * 100%) I couldn’t find this project on… https://t.co/aP15VaJKEk @CSSInRealLife It’s a nice tool, but it needs some a11y love: <a title="Copy" class="btn btn--floating">Copy SCSS<… https://t.co/wEtWuvABCU
5/18
2020
@jyzg Thank you for stoping by to explain the naming! I was kinda joking about cartoons, I think it’s a nice naming… https://t.co/qAb6zrZqWb
5/17
2020
🥚 I’ve finally got my poached eggs to near-100% accuracy without any cheats or hacks—no vinegar, no whirlpools, and… https://t.co/ScNq0TJLtQ
Retweeted by Vadim Makeev @mrnkzntcv Yeah, you’re right. I doesn’t work in Chrome and Safari via external file, but works in Firefox though.
5/16
2020
@mrnkzntcv Yep, you have to move all the <defs> one level up out of <symbol> to make them work. It could be automat… https://t.co/Q3a4q86t7X
5/15
2020
Manual: Quotation Marks Another masterpiece by Anya Danilova (@bkvzhk) in our Journal. Typography Consultant: Ale… https://t.co/BpwmctFBal
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5/14
2020
@simevidas I’m tempted to try it in some project. Though you’d need some extra margins to make spacing uneven, acco… https://t.co/ybA8nwwOYN @kdzwinel No problem, glad to help with some testing. Welcome back :)
5/13
2020
@slsoftworks Yes, you don’t have to spend $2,500. You can a get decent laptop for just $999, I mean MacBook Air. In… https://t.co/EkYpeSU71D
5/12
2020
“there is nothing that a React static site can do that will make it faster than a non-React static site.”—@tmcw 🏆🔥 https://t.co/86iQzKbKYd
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5/11
2020
@kizmarh Oh no, not this discussion again :) There’s still no clear rule whether to add cursor: pointer to interact… https://t.co/I8aOEdsay1
5/9
2020
@simevidas This looks sooo HTML 3.2 :D https://t.co/pLivA7W953 @simevidas @feedly Have you tried escaping escaped angle brackets or Unicode? &amp;lt;html&amp;gt; &#60;html&#62;… https://t.co/JDje3xTSEwThe GitHub theme for @code now comes with a 🌚 dark version. https://t.co/CqSnnySXOL https://t.co/4q6UKz8XuF
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5/8
2020
@mrnkzntcv Glad it worked! Same old tricks :)
5/4
2020
Hi. CSS overflow-handling *is* awesome. You can set: - height or width to 'auto' - font size - overflow - text-ove… https://t.co/FmeIAI5K76
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5/3
2020
Safari fixed their outline on focus 👏. It looks far better than other browsers. Another way to fix a11y, other than… https://t.co/d4mIkWxSTS
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5/2
2020
@mrnkzntcv Many things could go wrong 🤷🏻‍♂️ Probably some fill=none at <svg> is lost during packing or something. S… https://t.co/yZZa55SsCM
5/1
2020
@zcorpan @WebPlatformNews Ah, thank you! @WebPlatformNews But why would they ship it if they don’t want us to use it? @patrick_h_lauke Sounds like a good name for a Latin pop song.I don’t know who came up with these names, but I can’t help thinking that they’re characters from some Eastern Euro… https://t.co/v9rz2m2vrV
4/28
2020
@mrnkzntcv On mobile they’re usually super useful. On desktop the mailto might be annoying, but tel works fine. I’m… https://t.co/BcxG62i2vDme watching Westworld season 3 🤔 https://t.co/0bFY6YIaau
Retweeted by Vadim MakeevEpisode 2: What’s new in Chrome 81 & Firefox 75, gaps in Safari release notes, webdev glossary, a11y for designers.… https://t.co/aVY2TPbR5M
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4/27
2020
@benfrain Yes please!
4/25
2020
@mathias @jon_neal @PostCSS @andreysitnik are there any cases or using PostCSS for codemods? Preferably using exist… https://t.co/JSgeDdSSE7 @mathias There’s a bit more up-to-date PostCSS plugin by @jon_neal https://t.co/ruAsNoTgX8, part of the postcss-pre… https://t.co/GE61vk5vEb @codepo8 your <input type=color> article looks a bit broken on mobile because of fixed-sized images https://t.co/usuKdohsAn📢 If you use system fonts, you might want to temporarily remove BlinkMacSystemFont from your font stack. Chrome cur… https://t.co/O5Vs29rFzr
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4/24
2020
@simevidas But it’s better to have it in my browserlist, right? :) @simevidas Hmm, adding "iOS >= 12" gave no difference in output at all
4/23
2020
got an advance release copy of HTML2020 y'all https://t.co/2bPjtNdiGC
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4/22
2020
@simevidas @Browserslist Do you think I should go for the last 3 versions or explicitly mention Safari 12.x?
4/19
2020
Got PR to ES5 code that rewrites everything on ES+. Checked out locally, transpiled ES5 4996 bytes ES+ 8378 bytes… https://t.co/hxGP6x1KwT @joseph_carney @brucel @fword_dev Unfortunately there are many people out there who think that “f word” means somet… https://t.co/rxiSuzafwB
4/18
2020

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