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adactio journal links articles notes about jeremy keith making websites. writing books. speaking at conferences. living in brighton. working at clearleft. playing music. taking photos. answering email. journal 2345 sparkline links 6270 sparkline articles 66 sparkline notes 2772 sparkline saturday, december 10th, 2016 accessibility whack-a-mole · an a list apart article a fascinating piece by eleanor on the typographic tweaking that the wellcome team did to balance the competing needs of different users. 3:23pm tagged with type typography accessibility a11y dyslexia readability legibility fonts wellcome ala alistapart certbot renewals with apache i wrote a while back about switching to https on apache 2.4.7 on ubuntu 14.04 on digital ocean. in that post, i pointed to an example .conf file. i’ve been having a few issues with my certificate renewals with certbot (the artist formerly known as let’s encrypt). if i did a dry-run for renewing my certificates… /etc/certbot-auto renew --dry-run … i kept getting this message: encountered vhost ambiguity but unable to ask for user guidance in non-interactive mode. currently certbot needs each vhost to be in its own conf file, and may need vhosts to be explicitly labelled with servername or serveralias directories. falling back to default vhost *:443… it turns out that certbot doesn’t like http and https configurations being lumped into one .conf file. instead it expects to see all the port 80 stuff in a domain.com.conf file, and the port 443 stuff in a domain.com-ssl.conf file. so i’ve taken that original .conf file and split it up into two. first i ssh’d into my server and went to the apache directory where all these .conf files live: cd /etc/apache2/sites-available then i copied the current (single) file to make the ssl version: cp yourdomain.com.conf yourdomain.com-ssl.conf time to fire up one of those weird text editors to edit that newly-created file: nano yourdomain.com-ssl.conf i deleted everything related to port 80—all the stuff between (and including) the virtualhost *:80 tags: ... hit ctrl and o, press enter in response to the prompt, and then hit ctrl and x. now i do the opposite for the original file: nano yourdomain.com.conf delete everything related to virtualhost *:443: ... once again, i hit ctrl and o, press enter in response to the prompt, and then hit ctrl and x. now i need to tell apache about the new .conf file: a2ensite yourdomain.com-ssl.conf i’m told that’s cool and all, but that i need to restart apache for the changes to take effect: service apache2 restart now when i test the certificate renewing process… /etc/certbot-auto renew --dry-run …everything goes according to plan. 11:32am tagged with certbot apache ubuntu security https ssl conf commandline cli server terminal also on amp medium friday, december 9th, 2016 lunch in the pub. 5:34pm also on flickr blissed out on glühwein. 4:56pm also on twitter flickr get the balance right: responsive display text ◆ 24 ways some really great css tips from rich on sizing display text for multiple viewports. 4:32pm tagged with 24ways typography type responsive css frontend development design fluid flexible viewport units ( and, yes, we are hiring http://clearleft.com/is/hiring ) 4:27pm also on twitter so many really great people have joined @clearleft lately: @dhuntrods, @hana_stevenson, @dancaplin, @sniffles, @rowenakp, @j98 4:25pm also on twitter a book apart, working the command line remy’s excellent digital book is now available for your purchasing pleasure. i wrote a cheeky foreword for it. 3:12pm tagged with abookapart remysharp book publishing cli commandline development terminal ebook writing foreword to working the command line by remy sharp the foreword to the brief book published by a book apart. stop me if you’ve heard this one before… you’ve just followed a link to a cool-sounding new resource that one of your friends has recommended. now you’re reading about how this could help you in your day-to-day work on the web. you excitedly click through to the documentation where the installation instructions are laid out before you. that’s when your heart sinks. “this is moon language!” you cry. you are not alone. i don’t just mean that there are many of us who feel the same way. i mean you are literally not alone. you have remy with you. he will be your guide. i’ll be keeping this book close to hand when i’m navigating the intimidating dark depths of the command line interface. but this isn’t a reference book. it’s more like a self-help book. this book will help me—and you—become a more efficient developer, better equipped to battle moon language. “it’s a unix system”, you’ll whisper. “i know this!” having read this book, i now have one question i ask myself before i confront an inevitable task on the command line: what would remy do? when it comes to the command line, wwrd will serve you in good stead (warning: when it comes to just about any other aspect of your daily life, wwrd will almost certainly be disastrous). what would remy do? the answers lie within these pages… december 9th, 2016 also on amp medium thursday, december 8th, 2016 server side react remy wants to be able to apply progressive enhancement to react: server-side and client-side rendering, sharing the same codebase. he succeeded, but… in my opinion, an individual or a team starting out, or without the will, aren’t going to use progressive enhancement in their approach to applying server side rendering to a react app. i don’t believe this is by choice, i think it’s simply because react lends itself so strongly to client-side, that i can see how it’s easy to oversee how you could start on the server and progressive enhance upwards to a rich client side experience. i’m hopeful that future iterations of react will make this a smoother option. 11:30pm tagged with react progressive enhancement serverside rendering javascript code frontend backend development universal isomorphic what the heck is inclusive design? ◆ 24 ways i really, really like heydon’s framing of inclusive design: yes, it covers accessibility, but it’s more than that, and it’s subtly different to universal design. he also includes some tips which read like design principles to me: involve code early respect conventions don’t be exact enforce simplicity come to think of it, they’re really good design principles in that they are all reversible i.e. you could imagine the polar opposites being design principles elsewhere. 1:52pm tagged with inclusive design accessibility a11y 24ways roles principles hey, hey, cloud four is a pwa! - cloud four jason talks through the service worker strategy for his company website. 1:49pm tagged with offline serviceworkers pwas cloudfour notifications homescreen frontend development i’m admittedly a bit biased, but i highly recommend signing up for clearletter—the @clearleft newsletter: http://tinyletter.com/clearleft 10:28am also on twitter wednesday, december 7th, 2016 what design sprints are good for — cennydd bowles cennydd enumerates what design sprints are good for: generating momentum, highlighting the scope of the design process, developing the team, or provoking core product issues. and also what they’re not so good for: reliable product design, proposing sophisticated user research, answering deep product-market fit questions, or getting the green light. 10:26pm tagged with design sprints process prototyping prototypes is javascript more fragile? – baldur bjarnason progressive enhancement’s core value proposition, for me, is that html and css have features that are powerful in their own right. using html, css, and javascript together makes for more reliable products than just using javascript alone in a single-page-app. this philosophy doesn’t apply to every website out there, but it sure as hell applies to a lot of them. 10:13pm tagged with progressive enhancement javascript html css frontend development fragility eric’s archived thoughts: css grid! eric is excited about the imminent arrival of grid layout in browsers. and after reading the answers to these sure-to-be-frequently asked questions, you’ll be excited too! 10:02pm tagged with css grid layout browsers standards frontend development diceware this is a wonderful service! handcrafted artisanal passwords made with a tried and trusted technique: you roll a die 5 times and write down each number. then you look up the resulting five-digit number in the diceware dictionary, which contains a numbered list of short words. that’s the description from the site’s creator, mira: please keep in mind when ordering that i am a full-time sixth grade student with a lot of homework. she’s the daughter of julia angwin, author of dragnet nation. 9:53pm tagged with security passwords diceware entropy entrepreneur service designing digital services that are accountable, understood, and trusted (oscon 2016 talk) software is politics, because software is power. the transcript of a tremendous talk by richard pope. 9:46pm tagged with politics software digital government services power empowerment permissions design accountability trust after the flood | projects | robot life survey lovely prints! the robot life survey is an alternative-history from design company after the flood, where mechanical intelligence is discovered by man, noted and painted for posterity and science. 9:40pm tagged with prints robots book robotics art pappardelle with slow-cooked lamb, smoked aubergine, and ricotta salata. 8:30pm also on instagram older » more information about this site adactio is the online home of jeremy keith, a web developer and author living and working in brighton, england. get in touch customise choose a theme… default tatemodern seaside zeldman adactizilla sci-fi renaissance hirnlego ? this is the plain vanilla look. search find go! within adactio.com journal links articles notes peruse the archive browse the tags subscribe i have some feeds that you can subscribe to in your rss reader: my journal my links my articles my notes my journal, links, articles and notes together you can also follow these twitter accounts: notes journal links articles elsewhere you can find me scattered across these sites: podcasting on huffduffer updating twitter putting pictures on flickr collecting on tumblr posting to medium snapping to instagram coding on github teasing on dribbble experimenting on codepen curating on ffffound gathering at readlists speaking on lanyrd broadcasting with last.fm uploading to vimeo drinking on untappd bedroll i had the pleasure of welcoming these people into my home: aaron gustafson aaron parecki amy guy ben ward brad frost brian suda cameron adams cindy li daniel boud daniel burka dan rubin dave shea derek featherstone doug schepers elizabeth galle elsa kawai emil björklund erin jo richey ethan marcotte frances berriman hannah donovan indi young james mcnally jason santa maria jenifer hanen jina bolton joe clark john morrison jon linklater-johnson lisa herrod lyza danger gardner mandy brown mark norman francis matt harris matthew somerville maxine sherrin molly holzschlag monika bansal natalie downe nathan smith patrick griffiths petra gregorová simon willison stephanie hobson tantek çelik tim parkin read my book © 1998 - 2016 jeremy keith.


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