1. Emil Björklund: What is the equivalent of a unit test for HTML + CSS? (Yes, I know of Selenium, webdriver etc, but I'm fishing for other answers as well.)

    @thatemil I’ve always considered style guides/pattern libraries to be unit tests for HTML+CSS, and you could automate them with JS if they get too unwieldy.

  2. Andy Hume: Goodness. My SXSW ramblings voted in the top twenty web conference talks of 2012 in @netmag. Suddenly everybody likes that one. Chuffed.

    Andy Hume I wasn’t there, but listening to the huffduff and looked through the slides was enough to change the way I wrote

  3. Brennan Novak: @BarnabyWalters Lulz... some of those *look* nice ;) In other news- it seems your site is no longer default HTML styling- what gives?

    Brennan Novak the naked HTML week is up, so I’m adding little tweaks and fixes back in gradually. I’d be interested in feedback about the typeface. It’s Averia.

  4. Trying to resist the temptation to use ☺ for unordered list items.

    Thankfully, CSS doesn’t seem to have the concept of list-style-character.

  5. So, after a week of naked HTML, I have applied a basic CSS normaliser and a few little gimmicks of my own.

    I am not (yet) using LESS or SASS or any such thing, but I have started to split my CSS into separate files and load them all together at using Assetic. This small change has immediately made a difference to how I structure and author CSS.

  6. Paul Boag: I have a guest post coming up that includes a table. Spent all evening trying different approaches to getting them working responsively.

    @boagworld they’re damned awkward. I am tempted to wrap them in a div with overflow-x: scroll.

  7. Designing a poster in HTML (for compatibility). It’s relaxing to not have to deal with fluid design. body { width: 210mm; height: 297mm; }