Travel Bloggers Weekly Issue 32

Travel Bloggers Weekly curates important stories, ideas and resources for travel bloggers to create, build and grow their travel blog.

Travel Bloggers Weekly Issue 32
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Welcome to the 32nd issue of Travel Bloggers Weekly.

Travel Bloggers Weekly curates important stories, ideas and resources for travel bloggers to create, build and grow their travel blog.

Frontend Predictions for 2022 | Jay Freestone
Thoughts on what we might see in the coming year, including the return of micro-frontends, functional JavaScript & the demise of the Jamstack as we know it.
New robots tag: indexifembedded | Google Search Central Blog | Google Developers
Marriott seeks TikTok creators to drive content around loyalty program
Marriott Bonvoy TikTok Correspondents will creatively document everything they encounter on social media, reinforcing how essential travel can be.
10 design principles every designer should know
Design Principles are an assortment of considerations that form the foundation of any good product design. Hundreds of widely applicable…
Building UI Components With SVG and CSS - Ahmad Shadeed
Learn how to use SVG and CSS to build UI components
Why Are Hyperlinks Blue | The Mozilla Blog
Why we need to revisit the origin of blue hyperlink While musing over my recently published article, Why are hyperlinks blue, I was left feeling a bit blue
Preference Queries | 12 Days of Web
Some CSS media queries can detect user preferences. We'll review the two best-supported types for motion and color settings.
22 Smart Google SEO Tips for 2022
We’re back with a brand new season of Whiteboard Friday episodes for your viewing pleasure. First up: SEO expert Cyrus Shepard shares his top 22 tips for successful Google SEO in 2022. Watch to find out what to prioritize and what to look out for in the year ahead!
Google algorithm updates 2021 in review: Core updates, product reviews, page experience and beyond
Google had a busy year of search algorithm updates in 2021, but some might question the timing of many of those updates during an already super stressful year.
CSS Underlines Are Too Thin and Too Low in Chrome | CSS-Tricks
I’ve encountered two bugs in Chrome while testing the new CSS text-decoration-thickness and text-underline-offset properties, and I want to share them with
How-to: Accessible heading structure - The A11Y Project
Headings are the backbone of the content of a page. A visitor should be able to scan or navigate a webpage using headings to get a good impression of its content.
Checklist - The A11Y Project
A beginner’s guide to digital accessibility.
Measuring Web Performance at Airbnb
Learn what web performance metrics Airbnb tracks, how we measure them, and how we consider tradeoffs between them in practice.
A/B Testing in UX Design: When and Why It’s Worth It
A/B testing in UX design is great if you want to eliminate guessing. Learn all about why and when you should conduct an A/B test.