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Compression matters. Whenever you’re given the option to save on bandwidth without losing too much of the quality, it’s always a good idea to do so. For images, mozjpeg14 seems to be a decent JPEG encoder, just like pngquant15 for PNGs, and you can even go as far as use SVG to shrink your images16 and optimize GIFs17, too.

For web fonts, it’s a good time to switch over from WOFF to WOFF2 compression18 (or TTF to WOFF219), as the format is now widely supported in browsers20 — probably with a WOFF and TTF/OTF fallback.

Brotli browser support is getting decent.21
Brotli compression format is gaining traction22, with Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Android Browser supporting it already.

When it comes to text-based files (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SVG), we can use Brotli23, which shows significant improvements24 for static content (14–39% file size savings25). Brotli’s modules are available for Apache26, nginx27 and IIS28.

So, what to do? Pre-compress static assets with both Brotli and gzip at a high compression level. Compress (dynamic) HTML on the fly with Brotli at level 1–4. Check for Brotli support on CDNs and enable it29 if possible. The server should then handle content negotiation to choose Brotli or gzip. The catch? Brotli support is restricted to HTTPS connections30. Can’t use it? You can use Zopfli31 instead — a very good, but slow, deflate or zlib compression32 which is backwards-compatible for browsers that support only gzip.

We’ll be covering some of these (and quite a few other!) fancy optimization techniques at our upcoming SmashingConf San Francisco5133 on April 4–5, 2017. Tickets are selling quickly and workshops are filling up fast, so please don’t wait too long to get your ticket. We’d love to see you there! Now, let’s optimize… everything!

– Vitaly (@smashingmag)

Table of Contents

  1. A Step-By-Step Guide To Moving To HTTPS34
  2. Something’s Cooking!35
  3. Freebie: A Fully-Customizable Flowchart Kit For Sketch36
  4. Spicing Up The Search UI37
  5. Common Git Problems and Solutions38
  6. Getting To Grips With Caching39
  7. A More User-Friendly Solution For Select Boxes40
  8. A World Of Music41
  9. Upcoming Smashing Workshops42
  10. New On Smashing Job Board43
  11. Smashing Highlights (From Our Archives)44
  12. Recent Articles On Smashing Magazine45

461. A Step-By-Step Guide To Moving To HTTPS

With browsers starting marking sites that don’t support HTTPS as “Not secure”, it’s high time to finally make the switch. But no worries, moving from HTTP to HTTPS isn’t necessarily as hard as you might think. Especially when the community has got your back.

Moving To HTTPS47

The community project “Moving To HTTPS48” guides you through all the steps you need to take to implement HTTPS on your site. You can filter the switching strategy depending on the platform you use (e.g. WordPress, Magento, Shopify, and others), your hosting environment, and the level of access you have to your site. The guide itself is divided into four stages that you’ll have to go through to get HTTPS up and running. Before the big move, you’ll learn to select which kind of SSL certificate might work best for you, on moving day you’ll install it, fix mixed content issues, set up redirects and check 3rd-party integrations. Finally, the guide reminds you of what you need to check for and how to further improve the security of your site once the switch is done. (cm)

492. Something’s Cooking!

The web is full of generic, average solutions. But what’s the secret sauce to stand out of the mass and become noticeable? The recipe to whip up a truly exceptional, delightful experience? Well, every good chef has their little secrets, their tricks, but what makes them excel at their craft is the courage to think outside the box, to push boundaries and combine new flavors into something truly tasty.

SmashingConf SanFrancisco50

With SmashingConf San Francisco5133, we want to challenge you to do just that: explore solutions you’ve never considered before. Designs that were impossible, front-end techniques you’d consider unthinkable, and strategies often too quickly dismissed as unfeasible.

The conference will be taking place April 4th and 5th with Nadieh Bremer, Nathan Curtis, Marcy Sutton, Sarah Drasner, and others. Join us at the Palace of Fine Arts near the Golden Gate Bridge waterfront, with breathtaking views of the bridge and Alcatraz Island. Conference tickets are available for $599, and if you book a workshop52, too, you’ll save $100 off the conference + workshop price. See you there? ;-) (cm)

533. Freebie: A Fully-Customizable Flowchart Kit For Sketch

Are you looking for a fast and easy way to create a flowchart? Then be sure to check out the free Flowchart Kit54 for Sketch. It includes all the building blocks you’ll need to create fine sitemaps, wireframes, and diagrams with ease.

Sketch Flowchart Kit55

If you want to get even more out of Sketch, feel free to check out our fancy new book, “The Sketch Handbook56”, with pratical examples that you can follow along, step-by-step, to master even the trickiest, advanced facets and become a true master of Sketch. (cm)

574. Spicing Up The Search UI

Search is an essential part of almost every website. But that doesn’t mean that there’s no room for innovation. Codrops recently published a couple of proof-of-concepts that illustrate how a sprinkle of CSS animation can make the good old “Search” field a lot more interesting58 and engaging to use.

Search UI Effects59

The showcase features eleven experimental effects that add an unknown, bold dynamic to the “Search” interaction. A great piece of inspiration that reminds us to think outside the box. However, please keep in mind that the effects rely heavily on modern CSS properties that aren’t supported by all browsers yet. (cm)

605. Common Git Problems and Solutions

Screwing up in git is easy. Figuring out your mistakes, on the other hand, can be quite hard. Especially since you need to know the exact name of the problem to track it down in the official git documentation. But no worries, Katie Sylor-Miller, engineer at Etsy, has got your back. Her little project “Oh shit, git!61” collects some of the most common things that can go wrong when working with git — and how to fix them, of course.

Oh Shit, Git!62

You need to make changes after you committed? Retrieve something you accidentally deleted? Or maybe you committed to the wrong branch? It’s the little tragedies like these which every developer has experienced before and which Katie provides a fix for. In plain ol’ English and with a healthy dose of levity. Entertaining and useful. (cm)

636. Getting To Grips With Caching

When done right, caching can benefit performance, save bandwidth and reduce server costs. If you mess with it, however, things can get out of hand quickly. Luckily, Jake Archibald wrote a great primer on how to get caching right64. In it, he shares caching best practices, explains the ins and outs of max-age, mutable and immutable content and what you can do so that HTTP cache and your service worker play well together.

Caching Explained65

But once you got to grips with caching, how should you go about explaining caching to clients or non-developers? The folks behind WordPress agency 10° came up with an easy-to-grasp explanation of what it’s is all about66 so everybody will be able to understand what’s happening behind the scenes with caching. Finally! (cm)

677. A More User-Friendly Solution For Select Boxes

When you need to provide users with an option to select multiple items from a list, a select box paired with the multiple attribute is an obvious but not the most user-friendly solution. Multi.js68 could finally solve this issue.

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To make it easier for users to keep track of the items they already selected, Multi.js adds a second column next to the conventional select box. It displays the user’s selection and further enhances the functionality of the box with a search function. Clever! Multi.js can be applied to any select element with the multiple attribute enabled. It’s easy to style with CSS and optionally supports jQuery. But you can stick to fully native JavaScript, too, if you prefer. (cm)

708. A World Of Music

“Born In The USA”. “Back In The USSR”. “China Girl”. “London Calling”. “One Night In Bangkok”. Do these ring a bell? If you dive a little deeper into the history of music, you’ll find a lot more songs with geographical references. Now what does a creative foursome of designers do with that fact? Well, they go on the hunt for more songs and create a map of the world with them — the World Song Map71.

World Song Map72

Created by the team behind UK-based design studio Dorothy, the World Song Map shows a world in which continents, countries, cities, oceans, rivers and landmarks aren’t entitled with their geographical names but with the titles of over 1,000 songs. New York becomes “New York, New York” (what else?), the Mediterranean Sea “Holidays In The Sun”, Iceland “Walking On Thin Ice”. The map is inspired by 1950’s wall charts and, to make a music lover’s heart leap for joy, it even features an A-Z key with all the songs featured and the artists who performed them. A spectacular project. If you want to see more by the designers, also take a look at the street maps73 they created with allusions to films, books, football, TV and games. (cm)

749. Upcoming Smashing Workshops

With so many techniques, tools, style guides, design patterns, strategies, abstractions, frameworks and boilerplates available nowadays, what do you really need to know to keep your workflow fast, smart and efficient? That’s exactly what our classes are all about: practical front-end and RWD workshops that will help you become better front-end developers and designers, today.

Smashing Public Workshops75

Workshops at SmashingConf SF 2017 — Apr 3

Workshops at SmashingConf SF 2017 — Apr 6

Our Public Workshops

Or, if you’d like to run an in-house workshop at your office, feel free to get in touch with Vitaly at vitaly@smashingconf.com86 and briefly describe what problems you’re facing and would like to solve. Don’t worry about the costs — we’ll find a fair price for sure. Get in touch — it’s that easy!

8710. New On Smashing Job Board

Here are the recent job openings published on our Smashing Job Board88:

  • Senior Developer89 at Atlantic Media (New York City)
    “We’re looking for a Senior Developer who will play an integral role in developing and executing new digital experiences on behalf of our clients. Main responsibilities include defining the technical road map of new client projects, assessing timelines and mentoring junior developers.”
  • Full-Stack WordPress Developer For Social Impact Design Agency90 at Constructive (New York City)
    “If you are a Senior Full-Stack WordPress developer who excels at translating sophisticated UX and design into exceptional interaction design, and are hungry to collaborate in close-knit teams of senior strategic and creative experts to push boundaries, then we’d love to hear from you.”
  • Front End Developer/Web Developer – Junior/Graduate/Mid91 at viagogo (London)
    “We’re on a mission to revolutionise the way people get tickets to live events, making it possible for anyone, anywhere in the world to see their favourite artists, teams or shows live. Your role is simple – think of ways to improve our user experience and get these improvements into the hands of our users as quickly as possible.”

9211. Smashing Highlights (From Our Archives)

  • How To Get A Logo Accepted: Eight Steps To A Better Design Workflow93
    As logo and brand designers, your work starts long before the first concept sketches, and finishes long after the last perfectly placed pixel. Your work requires so much more than just creative ideas and technical skills — it compels you to be a marketer, strategist, psychologist, salesperson, showman and project manager at the same time. It’s difficult, but it’s also exciting and challenging!
  • Designing Case Studies: Showcasing A Human-Centered Design Process
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    Designers are great at producing visual artifacts. We create mockups, images, code and all sorts of other material to document our solutions. But looking only at those artifacts doesn’t account for the actual creative process.
  • A Type Design Brief: What Is In It, And Why Does It Matter?95
    Type design is equal parts suffering and euphoria. It is a walk along a winding road that goes on for many weeks and months before it’s done. A type design brief is like a charter path: It asks you questions, and the answers will guide you to where you want to be.

9612. Recent Articles On Smashing Magazine

Design Articles

Coding Articles

Inspiration, Freebies, Misc.

Footnotes

  1. 1 #newsletter-issues
  2. 2 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-175/
  3. 3 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-174/
  4. 4 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-173/
  5. 5 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-172/
  6. 6 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-171/
  7. 7 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-170/
  8. 8 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-169/
  9. 9 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-168/
  10. 10 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-167/
  11. 11 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-166/
  12. 12 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-newsletter-issue-165/
  13. 13 https://www.dropbox.com/s/n5ifb84m3g8gru7/smashing-newsletter-archive.zip?dl=0
  14. 14 https://github.com/mozilla/mozjpeg
  15. 15 https://pngquant.org/
  16. 16 https://css-tricks.com/transparent-jpg-svg/
  17. 17 https://bitsofco.de/optimising-gifs/
  18. 18 https://everythingfonts.com/woff-to-woff2
  19. 19 https://everythingfonts.com/ttf-to-woff2
  20. 20 http://caniuse.com/#search=woff2
  21. 21 http://caniuse.com/#search=brotli
  22. 22 http://caniuse.com/#search=brotli
  23. 23 https://github.com/google/brotli
  24. 24 https://www.voorhoede.nl/en/blog/static-site-implosion-with-brotli-and-gzip/
  25. 25 https://blogs.akamai.com/2016/02/understanding-brotlis-potential.html
  26. 26 https://github.com/kjdev/apache-mod-brotli
  27. 27 https://github.com/google/ngx_brotli
  28. 28 https://www.iispeed.com/pagespeed/products/iisbrotli
  29. 29 https://calendar.perfplanet.com/2016/enabling-brotli-even-on-cdns-that-dont-support-it-yet/
  30. 30 https://groups.google.com/a/chromium.org/forum/#!topic/net-dev/JufzX024oy0
  31. 31 https://github.com/google/zopfli
  32. 32 https://blog.codinghorror.com/zopfli-optimization-literally-free-bandwidth/
  33. 33 https://smashingconf.com/
  34. 34 #a1
  35. 35 #a2
  36. 36 #a3
  37. 37 #a4
  38. 38 #a5
  39. 39 #a6
  40. 40 #a7
  41. 41 #a8
  42. 42 #a9
  43. 43 #a10
  44. 44 #a11
  45. 45 #a12
  46. 46 #
  47. 47 https://movingtohttps.com/
  48. 48 https://movingtohttps.com/
  49. 49 #
  50. 50 https://smashingconf.com/
  51. 51 https://smashingconf.com/
  52. 52 https://smashingconf.com/registration
  53. 53 #
  54. 54 http://uxflow.co/
  55. 55 http://uxflow.co/
  56. 56 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/sketch-handbook/
  57. 57 #
  58. 58 https://tympanus.net/Development/SearchUIEffects/
  59. 59 https://tympanus.net/Development/SearchUIEffects/
  60. 60 #
  61. 61 http://ohshitgit.com/
  62. 62 http://ohshitgit.com/
  63. 63 #
  64. 64 https://jakearchibald.com/2016/caching-best-practices/
  65. 65 https://cachingexplained.com/
  66. 66 https://cachingexplained.com/
  67. 67 #
  68. 68 https://github.com/Fabianlindfors/multi.js
  69. 69 https://github.com/Fabianlindfors/multi.js
  70. 70 #
  71. 71 http://www.wearedorothy.com/shop/world-song-map-classic-edition
  72. 72 http://www.wearedorothy.com/shop/world-song-map-classic-edition
  73. 73 http://www.wearedorothy.com/shop/category/street-maps
  74. 74 #
  75. 75 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-workshops/#public-workshops
  76. 76 https://shop.smashingmagazine.com/products/workshop-nathan-curtis-SF-2017
  77. 77 https://shop.smashingmagazine.com/products/tim-kadlec-http2-performance
  78. 78 https://shop.smashingmagazine.com/products/workshop-vitaly-friedman-ux-design-SF-2017
  79. 79 https://shop.smashingmagazine.com/products/workshop-chris-holst-SF-2017
  80. 80 https://shop.smashingmagazine.com/products/workshop-sarah-drasner-SF-2017
  81. 81 https://shop.smashingmagazine.com/products/workshop-rachel-andrew-sf-2017
  82. 82 https://shop.smashingmagazine.com/products/workshop-nadieh-bremer-sf-2017
  83. 83 https://shop.smashingmagazine.com/products/workshop-vitaly-friedman-rwd-SF-2017
  84. 84 http://fitc.ca/presentation/workshop-smart-responsive-design-patterns/
  85. 85 http://www.webdirections.org/respond/
  86. 86 mailto:vitaly@smashingconf.com
  87. 87 #
  88. 88 http://jobs.smashingmagazine.com/
  89. 89 http://jobs.smashingmagazine.com/j/Senior-Developer/2469085
  90. 90 http://jobs.smashingmagazine.com/j/Full-Stack-WordPress-Developer-for-Social-Impact-Design-Agency-NYC/2468509
  91. 91 http://jobs.smashingmagazine.com/j/Front-End-Developer-Web-Developer-Junior-Graduate-Mid/2467862
  92. 92 #
  93. 93 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/02/design-workflow/
  94. 94 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2015/02/designing-case-studies-human-centered-design-process/
  95. 95 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2014/02/a-type-design-brief-arabic-typography-calligraphy/
  96. 96 #
  97. 97 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/realities-ux-design-luxury-industry/
  98. 98 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/touch-gesture-controls-mobile-interfaces/
  99. 99 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/create-realistic-clock-sketch/
  100. 100 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/user-onboarding-empty-states-mobile-apps/
  101. 101 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/experimenting-with-speechsynthesis/
  102. 102 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/designing-html-apis/
  103. 103 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/current-trends-future-prospects-mobile-app-market/
  104. 104 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/freebie-space-earth-elements-icon-set/
  105. 105 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/improving-ui-design-skills-copywork/
  106. 106 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/30-free-fonts-with-personality-and-style/
  107. 107 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/02/web-development-reading-list-169/

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      Vitaly Friedman (editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine)

      July 26, 2013 1:05 am

      It must have been a temporary issue! Please try again, Meag!

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    3 words, count me in.

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    Let’s say we have an interesting article to share, could we post it for review somewhere?
    Would be nice to have to people read or opinion and tips / tricks.

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    Jose Almonte

    March 21, 2014 6:46 pm

    I was jsut looking for some pdf books and free templates to practice what i´m learning about Semantic Web, SEO, HTML5, CSS, Prototyping, Responsive Web Design and i´m sure i´ve came to the right place.

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful content. Best regards to all.

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    I’m surprised I can’t find anything on this! Any chance to subscribe to your newsletter by RSS?

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    Hello, I downloaded your WP theme, but I have a problem with it. WordPress said that there is no style.css stylesheet
    Where can I get it?

    Kind regards Judith

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    This is great! Thanks!

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    Fakultet Gashi

    March 18, 2016 8:02 pm

    Hi,

    I can’t find any text about using your data on other websites. I’m gonna create a website and I want to use some of your articles. Can I do that or not ?

    Regards

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    Renata Jourdan

    June 26, 2016 8:16 pm

    Please!!! When can we have workshops in Lisbon!! :)

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