Okay, if you played Season 1 of Battlefield 2042, you probably know, that there was something funny (not really) going on with how the Mastery Badge Points were counted. Or actually, barely counted. It’s now Day 1 of Season 2 and the issue still exists.
How to make sure you’ll always be on track with them? Let’s go!
My third energy drink review! It is a little late because I apparently have a life, but worry not! It’s here now, and it’s time to talk about Beyond.
Beyond is one of the newest energy drinks in my collection. I’ve met them through Twitter and @SgtDangerCow and kinda immediately fall in love with their branding. And the motto? Oh yes, please.
How good is that?!
Okay, let me be straight with you: I had coffee this week. And I needed a substantial boost from another energy drink. Oopsie. So, as you may already suspect, Sneak doesn’t really meet my need. Why is it one of my favourites then?
I like coffee and energy drinks, and I don’t like sleeping. The math is obvious, right? And as you can read here, reviewing energy drinks is my thing now.
As a first “properly” tested energy drink the audience chose G FUEL, so let’s go.
If you’re going to play only one indie game this year – this is it.
In a world filled with stunning life-like 3D graphics, DALL-E that makes art out of words, and video game trends that apply VHS filters on poorly rendered face models, finding something fresh and unique is extremely rare. Who would think, that mixing cryptids, pulp-like story, and solitaire with a text-adventure game, could shake the world? Apparently, that’s exactly what LCB Game Studio did in Mothmen 1966.
It was May 2019 when I learned that powdered energy drinks were a thing, obviously, through an ad on Facebook. The first brand I met was Sneak, and soon enough I placed my first order. Just a tester pack, well, actually two, with 5 sachets in each. Less than three weeks after that I bought my first tub. Cherry Bomb.
I thought it’d be nice to come back to this series. It should at least get me into the rhythm of writing and that’s a good enough reason, to be honest.
The idea is simple: I gather interesting links to websites, shops, video game trailers and news. Anything that I found worth reading/looking over/buying. Be prepared for frontend coding, nice books and usually some game-related content as well.
I think it even might be a series! You know, X cool things you can do with Y. Might be fun! And it also looks like something both: interesting and easy-enough to write, so I won’t start and ditch it after a while. Maybe!
So, ladies and gentlemen! Our first guest is
box-shadow. Let’s welcome them to the stage!
…without making it look weird or/and hard to read.
1. if it’s 0, drop the units
Easy. If you’re setting a margin, padding, box-shadow or anything like that, you can just put
0 in CSS is always a zero.
The difference is usually 2 characters.
Lazy loading is one of those easy wins, that will please Google PageSpeed score. It’s also a nice gesture for all your readers, that are using a poor or metered connection.
If you’re using WordPress, the fastest way is to use one of 27354 plugins available in WordPress’ repository. You can use a dedicated solution that does only that, or maybe turn on that option inside Autoptimize plugin (that I highly recommend).