My first Jekyll blog which I hosted on GitHub Pages before they offered SSL
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  1. {% if site.blogroll %}
  2. <section>
  3. <h1>Blogroll</h1>
  4. <ul>
  5. <li><a href="" title="24 ways is the advent calendar for web geeks. Each day throughout December we publish a daily dose of web design and development goodness to bring you all a little Christmas cheer.">24 ways</a>
  6. <li><a href="" title="Most articles on this site are related to web standards, accessibility, or usability in one way or another, with the occasional article on other subjects.">456 Berea Street — Articles and news on web standards, accessibility, and usability</a>
  7. <li><a href="" title="A List Apart Magazine explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices.">A List Apart — For People Who Make Websites</a>
  8. <li><a href="">Adactio Journal — Journal of Jeremy Keith</a>
  9. <li><a href="" rel="contact">Addy Osmani's blog</a>
  10. <li><a href="" title="Engineering blog at Airbnb">Airbnb Engineering</a>
  11. <li><a href="">Coding Horror — programming and human factors by Jeff Atwood</a>
  12. <li><a href="" title="Dan Webb is a San Francisco-based web developer working on the platform team at Twitter."></a>
  13. <li><a href="" title="If JavaScript really did have ninjas, he’d be a samurai">Dean Edwards' personal site</a>
  14. <li><a href="">HTML5 Rocks — A resource for open web HTML5 developers</a>
  15. <li><a href="" rel="met">Paul Irish</a>
  16. <li><a href="" title="PPK’s blog">QuirksBlog</a>
  17. <li><a href="">CSS-Tricks — A great design resource by Chris Coyier</a>
  18. <li><a href=""> — Tips, tricks &amp; bookmarks on Web development</a>
  19. <li><a href="">Dustin Diaz — JavaScript developer and terrible comedian.</a>
  20. <li><a href="">Stubbornella</a>
  21. <li><a href="" title="I work at Travis CI, I like coffee, bacon, and Twitter.">Mathias Meyer's personal site</a>
  22. <li><a href="" title="DWB">David Walsh - JavaScript, HTML5 Consultant</a>
  23. <li><a href="" title="A Nerd in a Cave">Rands in Repose</a>
  24. </ul>
  25. <h1>Web Development Resources</h1>
  26. <ul>
  27. <li><a href="" title="UI design patterns">Design patterns — User Interface Design Patterns Library</a>
  28. <li><a href="" title="List of Twitter Bootstrap Resources | Bootsnip">Bootsnip</a>
  29. <li><a href="" title="The structured data testing tool lets you check your markup and make sure that Google can extract the structured data from your page.">Google Structured Data Testing Tool</a>
  30. <li><a href="" title="Look up HTML5, CSS3, etc features, know if they are ready for use, and if so find out how you should use them – with polyfills, fallbacks or as they are.">HTML5 Please — Use the new and shiny responsibly</a>
  31. <li><a href="">HTML5 Rocks — A resource for open web HTML5 developers</a>
  32. <li><a href="" rel="met" title=" is the prime source for browser compatibility information on the Internet.">QuirksMode — for all your browser quirks</a>
  33. <li><a href="" title="Show Slow is an open source tool that helps monitor various website performance metrics over time.">Show Slow</a>
  34. <li><a href="" title="SitePoint is a fast growing online media company and information provider targeting the Web professional market, specifically Web Developers and Designers.">SitePoint — Learn CSS | HTML5 | JavaScript</a>
  35. <li><a href="" title="We hope we can illuminate why W3Schools is a troublesome resource, why their faulty information is a detriment to the web, and what you (and they) can do about it.">W3Fools — A W3Schools Intervention</a>
  36. <li><a href="" title="Compatibility tables for support of HTML5, CSS3, SVG and more in desktop and mobile browsers.">When Can I Use…</a>
  37. </ul>
  38. </section>
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