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Sat 08 Feb 2020

Analyzing the Attacks on my Website

I was casually doing a security audit on my blog (JeremyMorgan.com) recently and decided to look a little deeper into my security logs. With a bit of Linux command line kung fu, some Golang, and Google sheets, I was able to get a pretty good idea of where the attacks are coming from.

Source: Analyzing the Attacks on my Website, an article by Jeremy Morgan.

Breaking Out With CSS Grid Layout

let’s review what we hope to accomplish from a design standpoint:

  • We want to limit the width of prose content to promote readability.
  • But sometimes, the reader may benefit from an element being full-width. For example, a nice photograph or a detailed chart.

Source: Breaking Out With CSS Grid Layout, an article by Tyler Sticka.

Editorial Design Patterns With CSS Grid And Named Columns

By naming lines when setting up our CSS Grid layouts, we can tap into some interesting and useful features of Grid — features that become even more powerful when we introduce subgrids.

Source: Editorial Design Patterns With CSS Grid And Named Columns, an article by Rachel Andrew.

The Definitive Higher Math Guide on Integer Long Division

In mathematics, long division is a powerful procedure through which division can be carried out with pencil and paper. As powerful as it is, it is generally taught at the pre-college level without much consideration on its underlying theory or its alternatives

Source: The Definitive Higher Math Guide on Integer Long Division.