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Jumping Into Webmentions With NextJS (or Not)

Webmention is a W3C recommendation last published on January 12, 2017. And what exactly is a Webmention? It’s described as…


[…] a simple way to notify any URL when you mention it on your site. From the receiver’s perspective, it’s a way to request notifications when other sites mention it.

In a nutshell, it’s a way of letting a website know it has been mentioned somewhere, by someone, in some way. The Webmention spec also describes it as a way … Read article “Jumping Into Webmentions With NextJS (or Not)”

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Weekly Platform News: CSS ::marker pseudo-element, pre-rendering web components, adding Webmention to your site

In this week's roundup: datepickers are giving keyboard users headaches, a new web component compiler that helps fight FOUC, we finally get our hands on styling list item markers, and four steps to getting webmentions on your site.
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IndieWeb and Webmentions

The IndieWeb is a thing! They’ve got a conference coming up and everything. The New Yorker is even writing about it:

Proponents of the IndieWeb offer a fairly straightforward analysis of our current social-media crisis. They frame it in terms of a single question: Who owns the servers? The bulk of our online activity takes places on servers owned by a small number of massive companies. Servers cost money to run. If you’re using a company’s servers without paying

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Implementing Webmentions