Web Development

Web Technologies. HTML, markdown, css, maybe some javascript.


macOS & iOS Dark Mode

You can configure for light or dark mode via the prefers-color-scheme media query.

See this mdn page.



Used to represent tabular data, the <table> element can display a 2 dimensional table of data.

Permitted elements are, in order:

  • <caption> (0 or 1)
  • <colgroup> (0 or more)
  • <thead> (0 or 1)
  • Either of:
    • <tbody> (0 or more)
    • <tr> (1 or more)
  • <tfoot> (0 or 1)


The <caption> is used to provide a title or caption for a table. It should always be the first child of a <table>. Styling and physical position can be adjusted using the CSS caption-side and text-align properties.


The <colgroup> element allows you to define columns inside of a table. You can then place <col> elements inside to define those specific column groups. It should appear after <caption>, but before other child elements of the <table>.


See this cheatsheet.

Remember that you can still inline html inside markdown, as markdown, generally, is compiled down to html anyway.



Specifically, what you can put in the d attribute of a path.

See this mdn page.

Last updated: 2021-11-15 20:21:35 -0800