# #css

It seems my column layout didn’t last long. As I was writing the post I had an idea: what about a mixed grid with the latest micro, articles and photos? Bingo!

Now the latest section in my homepage contains my latest micro post with full width, then a 2 by 2 grid with the latest 4 articles and a 2 by 3 grid with the latest 6 picture series!

I just updated my home page to show my last 10 posts (articles, micro and photos). Before, I was displaying two columns: one with articles and one with pictures. But I felt it wasn’t dynamic enough as I don’t post as many of those.

Now I’m using CSS columns which doesn’t make me particularly happy because the order of the posts is from top to bottom and not from left to right. I see there’s a masonry grid layour in the works so it may be a nice option for the future.

For now, I’m not even sure if I’ll keep it like this or change it soon. Let’s see. What do you think?

In the past few days, I made a few updates on my website to improve both looks and performance. I started by updating my guestbook a few days ago.

Then, I looked at the CSS and I noticed there were huge chunks of CSS regarding cards and webmentions. Those and some other parts are now only added to the pages that require them.

I also decided to delete my GoodReads account and cleanup a bit my readings page. I still don’t have a fancy interface to edit them, but I’ll have soon enough. It’s not as if I’m reading tons of books every day.

I just opened my website on Firefox and for my surprise, I discovered that the CSS image-rendering: pixelated works on almost all modern browsers, except… for Firefox. See for yourself:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/image-rendering#browser_compatibility

I’m sorry if you visit my website on Firefox, but almost all my GIFs will be blurry 😭

Edit: just discovered FF supports crisp-edges instead. Should fix it for now!