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Manuel Matuzovic

Hi! I'm a frontend developer from Vienna. I'm specialized in HTML, accessibility, and CSS layout and architecture.

If you want to get in touch, write me an email or find me on twitter.

Recent posts

Divs are bad!

Yes, clickbait, I’m so sorry! Of course, divs are not bad. For example, they can be really useful,…

Even though there’s nothing wrong with the div per se, some people, including me, still like to complain when they’re not used consciously.

Please, stop disabling zoom

I know that you’re not supposed to tell people what to do, but in this particular case I’m really tempted because recently I’ve noticed that a lot of websites are preventing users on mobile to zoom.

Bonn Meetup 7: Introduction to web accessibility and deceitful Lighthouse scores

This week I’ll be speaking at the Bonn Code Meetup about accessibility testing. I’m joining Konstantin Tieber who’ll talk about the What, Why, Who and How of building accessible web applications. I’ll show you how I built “The Most Inaccessible Site Possible With A Perfect Lighthouse Score”.

TIL: console.count() logs the number of times that this particular call to count() has been called.

Web Security Basics: XSS

I decided to learn more about areas of web development I don’t know a lot about. You know,…stuff like SEO and web security. I’ll share my findings here on my blog and I’ll try to do as much research as possible, but please keep in mind that I’m a noob concerning these topics.

Cascade Layers: First Contact

Earlier this week I learned about CSS Cascade Layers and now I’m all hyped up because I really like the concept. I’m eager to find out how we can use them to improve and rethink the architecture of our styles.

CSS Specificity Demo

I built an interactive demo to illustrate how specificity in CSS works.

Here’s what I didn’t know about :where()

This is part 4 of my series Here’s what I didn’t know about… in which I try to learn new things about CSS. This time I'm trying to find out what I didn’t know about the :where() pseudo-class.

A year in review: 2021

2021 was wild! That’s why I’ve decided to write an “A year in review” post for the first time.

Workshop: Deep Dive on Accessibility Testing

I’ve teamed up with my friends at Smashing Magazine 😻 to share with you everything I know about web accessibility testing! In this smashing workshop we’ll talk about automatic and manual testing, screen reader basics, Single Page Applications, Dev Tools, and more.

More blog posts or more “Today I learned” posts