There are two types of people: those who make backups and those who will experience a system breakdown. Fortunately I was in the former category, but it was still a very tedious and stressful experience. Every problem is also an opportunity to grow and throw off dead weight, so I used the opportunity to upgrade the hardware and switch my operating system.
About a year ago I wrote about the first step in de-Bootstrapping my website, where I made my site layout independent of the Bootstrap CSS framework. I have now finally removed Bootstrap entirely from the website.
Sometimes you want to have a set of Vim settings specific only to a certain project. There are many tips out there how to achieve such a setup, but most of them expose the user to serious security risks. I am going to describe the fundamental problem and how to solve it. TL;DR: use the vim-addon-local-vimrc plugin.
If you were to run the Workshop through an HTML validator you would notice a lot of warnings about the document outline. What is going on here? HTML 5 defines an outline algorithm which allows browsers and assistive technologies to create an outline of the page. In theory a blind person could ask their reader for the outline of the page and get a sort of table of contents which they could use to quickly jump to a specific part of the page.