I'm not sure if #Mastalab is removing the blank newlines or Mastodon itself.
Do you know if anything on the app changed with respect to whitespace removal?
Above, I have 3 blank lines in total, but I won't see any once I post. This is what it looks like when typing (attached).
Night mode magic on Pixel 3!!
Left: (not pixel3)
Right: (pixel3) ;of course
The night mode algorithm in the Google Camera on Pixel 3 is just amazing (under statement). It takes about 2 seconds to gather all the needed light, and then creates a non-blurry image as you see in the right above; while also auto white balancing correcting out all the Halloween blue light.
Now the ox-hugo doc site passes htmltest!
I just tweaked a page's template (the only one that can have non-https links) with this: https://ptpb.pw/jIZL 😎
Explanation of that linked code snippet:
- Now secure links have a lock & key unicode before them.
- Plain http links don't have that, but instead have the "data-proofer-ignore" attribute appended that the htmltest can ignore.
So now https://ox-hugo.scripter.co/doc/examples/ looks like this:
htmltest is an awesome CLI utility to check the sanity of the links in your statically generated site (check for unbroken links, check if http:// links exist in your https:// site, if images have alt tags, and much more).
I am now down to these 19 errors in my whole blog which I cannot fix.. I hope these sites upgrade to HTTPS soon.. or I might hack my #Hugo template to auto-wrap http links in HTML pre tags :P
If anyone is using Mac/Safari, and willing to help debug this probable CSS issue, can you visit https://scripter.co and confirm the font issue.. Do you see what someone reported as they see on Safari Technology Preview 11.2 (see attached). The site looks fine on Firefox and Chrome.
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