Malaga, Spain. October 2018.
One notable constraint with the block toolbar is that it is icon-based UI, so any controls that live in the block toolbar need to be ones that can effectively be communicated via an icon or icon group.The Gutenberg HandbookWithin the above scope, the only setting which seems important and can easily be represented is the layout — so, whether Speakers are shown in a list, or in a grid. Note: the live version will also show the block icon in the leftmost position in the toolbar.
Think of the sidebar as something that only power users may discover. The Gutenberg HandbookThese guidelines helped me decide that these settings should be optional:
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The collection of Star Wars short fiction, From A Certain Point of View, is $2.99 today for your ELECTRIZZIC BOOKENMACHINE or whatever, so go have it. It’s a series of stories based on many of the lesser characters from A New Hope, and my story is about the cantina barkeep, Wuher.
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Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead. Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend. Albert Camus
Here’s an issue that several readers have asked about lately: What to do when a client treats you like a cog in the machine? A podcast listener recently referred to this as “dehumanization” in our profession. Examples may include:
For us as freelancers, the real question is what to do about this if it bothers you. Here are a few suggestions that may help:
If you have a story about a personal relationship with a client–or how you extricated yourself from an impersonal client relationship—let’s hear about it in the comments.
Lighthouse is an open-source, automated tool for improving the quality of web pages. You give Lighthouse a URL to evaluate (public or requiring authentication), and it runs a series of audits against the page for performance, accessibility, progressive web app capabilities, and more. It then generates a report on how well the page did. Using the failing audits as guidance developers and site owners can get insights on how to improve their pages. Each audit has a reference doc explaining why the audit is important, as well as how to fix it.
However, when running a Lighthouse audit on a specific environment such as a WordPress site, the recommendations are often too generic to be applicable. For example, when Lighthouse asks you to concatenate resources, how could you actually go about it in a WordPress context? This becomes especially tricky because several of those assets are likely not under your control, but are introduced by a third-party extension.
We are considering the development of a project called WordPress-localized Advice Packs for Lighthouse, with the goal of providing WordPress-specific guidance using Lighthouse. With it, WordPress developers and site owners will get the results from Lighthouse audits tailored to the realities of the WordPress platform.
This is a project to be maintained by the WordPress community, working together with input from the Chrome and Lighthouse teams at Google. As with WordPress coding standards, the WordPress community is best positioned to make sure that the Lighthouse WordPress Localized Advice Pack is accurate, up to date, and satisfies the needs of the community as a whole.
We will be at WCUS Contributor’s Day in Nashville next week, and will discuss this proposal at the support table. If you are interested in learning more about this proposal and possibly contribute to the project, we would love you to join the conversation. Looking forward to it!
Malaga, Spain. October 2018.