My personal webpage, where I can post from time to time, have general information about my self and try some "React applied to public site" techniques.
The code it-self is quite simple, just out of the box configuration from Gatsby, using some
graphql queries to fetch images and blog posts and styling with
Implemented with Gatsby using
gatsby-starter-default, everything from there was coded from the scratch.
CSS grid Menu with Fullscreen overlay menu (pure css) for mobile
Using the check box hack but having also controlled this checkbox because of having multiple need to close it.
Border Color For each page
This is a nice style inspired on emotion. Help to fill the rest with of the page.
--padding-base vars compatible with fixed and responsive
To make this flexible padding compatible with the header ( which is sometimes fixed or not ) I used some new css vars to adapt the padding of the main area and so show the background gradient.
Images rendering using sharp technique
Using sharp image loading technique which is very easy with
Gatsby when loading the images from
Graphql queries using the plugin
I found this gatsby-plugin-favicon and is great.
Just a simple html form connected with Gatsby form engine. No extra-validations than the out of the box included with html.
Just used default system fonts approach described on CSS tricks as Github does. Easy way to have something readable and native for users and fast to load
Avoiding exploitation of the window.opener API.
I found another magic plugin to avoid this problem and additionally process external native markdown links to a safe links using the proper solution (target='_blank' rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer").
Just discuss the official disqus-react component for the blog posts pages.