A great compilation of statistical data about PHP use in the wild and a short link list that further proves that PHP as the back-end language of the internet is far from being in decline or even stagnation.
This is a really cool thing, that is not complex at all: the whole site packed in a single HTML file. Pages are wrapped into
<section> HTML tag, each with its own ID and linked with inner links, anchors. By default, all sections are hidden, but they become visible with the help of CSS
The whole “code” for the website to work fits into three CSS rules:
It will even work with a sane number of images when using
loading="lazy" to instruct the browser not to load images unless they are to become visible. When such “website” is meant to be distributed via any kinds of file sharing and accessed locally, both CSS and images can be embedded into HTML to make it truly single HTML file easy to move around.
The author argues that there are still plenty of benefits in catering to these people: it will help you to build sites that are faster, smaller, reliable, accessible both for humans and search engines, more secure and easier to develop.
Hamburger menus, a common practice of compressing website’s main menu into a single icon displaying the said menu in a drop-down list on click,
is a complete disregard for accessibility — argues Brad Taunt in his blog post “Stop Using Hamburger Menus”.