Created by Absolonkent.net on Sunday
meta http-equiv status is an HTML extension specification that adds the "Status" value to the existing meta element's http-equiv attribute as a method for representing the HTTP Status code to be returned by a web server serving that HTML document, and for consuming applications like webmention receivers to parse and interpret as such for use-cases such as representing a 410 Gone deleted resource on static hosting that often disallow setting HTTP headers directly.
Created by tantek on Tuesday with 13 more edits by tantek.com and tommorris.org
Facebook Page is a form of identity on Facebook that has its own profile like other identities, and a set of administrators who can take action on Facebook as the identity of that Facebook Page.
Created by tantek on Wednesday and edited 3 more times
Created by Vanderven.se martijn on Sunday and edited 3 more times
BEM is a naming convention for HTML classes block--element-modifier for people wary of CSS inheritance.
Created by KevinMarks on Tuesday and edited 1 more time
OwnYourCheckin is a service which streams your Foursquare (technically Swarm) checkins to your own site in real-time.
Created by Boffosocko.com on Wednesday and edited 1 more time
service workers are scripts that run in the background, separate from tabs with the site open, and are commonly used for offline functionality and push notifications.
Created by sknebel on Thursday and edited 1 more time
printing is a method of creating something offline from something online.
Created by petermolnar on Thursday and edited 1 more time
Created by Www.svenknebel.de on Monday
star.me was a social network/game that allowed you to send digital stickers to your friends and arrange them on your profile.
Created by gRegorLove on Friday
Google Compare was a site from Google that was shutdown 2016-03-23.
Created by tantek on Friday
Google Spaces is an app and website for sharing things with a group.
Created by Gregorlove.com on Monday
like clustering is a design technique for providing a summary, and inline display for a series of adjacent /like posts so that they take up much less space in the context of a /stream or /archive.
Created by tantek on Tuesday
Created by miklb on Tuesday
BOM is a Byte Ordering Mark, meant for distinguishing Big-endian and Little-endian utf-16 files, obsoleted by utf-8, yet still inserted by Microsoft software for no good reason.
Created by KevinMarks on Tuesday
Created by Jeena.net on Friday