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Kevin Marks

Yes: I was up, so I came

Kevin Marks

Replied to a post on tantek.com :

Can you find out for me why I can't make a scrolling table with non - crolling headings by doing
tbody {overflow:scroll;}
And instead have to do something like
thead th {position:sticky; top:0; background:white;}
And if I have anything else above the table I want to hang around I need even more sticky stuff

Kevin Marks

Nice bit of reconstruction, and that you're factoring at the indieweb protocol level makes sense. Another protocol you may want to look at is WebSub so you don't need to poll your feeds so often, but can call web hooks when they are updated.

Kevin Marks

Replied to a post on kevq.uk :

Perhaps you could put it inside a details/summary block, so the info is there if they want to expand it?
That leaves the option of revealing it in a sidebar on larger screens, for example.

Kevin Marks

Replied to a post on kevq.uk :

Nice summary of h-card and structure, but why hide it from site visitors? Surely it's interesting for them too.

Kevin Marks

That's why we have webmention.rocks to help you test them

Kevin Marks

Yes:

Kevin Marks

Maybe:

Kevin Marks

Yes: I'll be indoors this time

Kevin Marks

https://philipwalton.com/articles/smaller-html-payloads-with-service-workers/
Interesting approach to caching partial pages with service workers - I wonder if this would extend to a feed of notes well with a list of partials?