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It can be hard to find individual blocks, as many are part of larger collections that are hard to search within. To solve that problem we have created a block library that lists each block individually. Blocks in the library are easily searchable and tagged for convienience.
From Gutenberg Block Library.
This approach is different from others you may have seen in that it uses a valid <table> (and child elements) and acknowledges that screen readers no longer consider <table>s to be tables when you start messing with their display properties.
From Adrian Roselli.
This is a website trying to present all relevant data visualisations, so you can find the right visualisation and get inspired how to make them.
From The Data Viz Project.
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Why we should and shouldn’t use Lazy Load, and how to implement it. Images make up over 60% of an average page’s size, according to HTTP Archive. Images on a web page would be rendered once they are available.
From Smashing Magazine.
Lazy load images, YouTube and Vimeo videos, and iframes using Lazy Load XT. Lazy Load XT is the fastest, lightest, fully customizable lazy load plugin in the WordPress Plugin Directory.
From WordPress Plugin Repo.