By the way, I would write a separate post here how I write the class or ID name of an HTML element rather than placing the pre-defined class selector in the HTML code. For example, instead of putting .visuallyhidden in all elements that I want to be displayed according to the style, I would put its class or ID name along with .visuallyhidden in the stylesheet.
This Rebels at Work community is for corporate rebels to share experiences, insights and advice with other rebels and aspiring rebels. By rebels we’re talking about those people who feel compelled to create ways to improve, change, and innovate. They are brave (or foolhardy) enough to stand against the prevailing mindset of the organization and argue for a better way. The hope is that rebels can find courage and ideas to be more successful, and executives can see why their success depends on encouraging rebels.
I’m thinking maybe I could mimic the look of a book — with left and right pages. Then the content should not exceed the vertical area of the usual desktop viewport. But that sound like “form over function”.
Will it work that I build this site without any blueprint? I guess not.