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Adopting users’ design feedback
On March 1st, 2022, MDN Web Docs released a new design and a new brand identity. Overall, the community responded to the redesign enthusiastically and we received many positive messages and kudos. We also received valuable feedback on some of the things we didn’t get quite right, like the browser compatibility table changes as well as some accessibility and readability issues.The post Adopting users’ design feedback appeared first on Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog.
Mozilla partners with the Center for Humane Technology
We’re pleased to announce that we have partnered with Center for Humane Tech, a nonprofit organization that radically reimagines the digital infrastructure. Its mission is to drive a comprehensive shift toward humane technology that supports the collective well-being, democracy and shared information environment.The post Mozilla partners with the Center for Humane Technology appeared first on Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog.
Performance Tool in Firefox DevTools Reloaded
In Firefox 98, we’re shipping a new version of the existing Performance panel. This panel is now based on the Firefox profiler tool that can be used to capture a performance profile for a web page, inspect visualized performance data and analyze it to identify slow areas.The post Performance Tool in Firefox DevTools Reloaded appeared first on Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog.
Introducing MDN Plus: Make MDN your own
MDN is one of the most trusted resources for information about web standards, code samples, tools, and everything you need as a developer to create websites. Today, we are launching MDN Plus, our first step to providing a personalized and more powerful experience while continuing to invest in our always free and open webdocs.The post Introducing MDN Plus: Make MDN your own appeared first on Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog.
Mozilla and Open Web Docs working together on MDN
For both MDN and Open Web Docs (OWD), transparency is paramount to our missions. With the upcoming launch of MDN Plus, we believe it’s a good time to talk about how our two organizations work together, and if there is a financial relationship between us. Here is an overview of how our missions overlap and how they differ, and how a premium subscription service fits all this.The post Mozilla and Open Web Docs working together on MDN appeared first on Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog.
Help improve MDN Web Docs
All parts of MDN (docs and the site itself) are created by an open community of developers. Please join us! Pick one of these ways to help: