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1 May 2014

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  1. GOV.UK elements

    HTML/CSS elements and how to use them on GOV.UK. Really useful, even if you’re doing differently, as a checklist of stuff to consider. (via @jamesweiner)

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  • philgyford’s avatar

    @migurski Actually the answer is well explained. But… d3. And trying to fit it into the rest of my code is another matter.

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    @futuraprime Actually I almost get the answer… but making it work with the rest of my code is a struggle. I’ll get there! Thanks.

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    #completerfinisher

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    I could do something more enjoyable but I made it through two years of physical theatre education so I’m not giving up on d3.js that easily.

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    @paulmmay I’ve managed to cobble together a few things but it’s been *slow* and I never felt like I understood it all. Maybe this time…

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    @paulmmay Likewise. This is my third or fourth attempt at trying for that “Oh… now I understand!” feeling.

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    Reading another book on d3.js in the hope I’ll then be able to understand how the StackOverflow answer I got yesterday works.

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    Eurovision: 6th, 8th and 10th May. So you can avoid double-booking yourselves.

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    @nickludlam I am so glad. I think.

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    A Spotify playlist for this rainy weather: open.spotify.com/user/philgyfor… Something for everyone!