Nice article, great advice.
Recently I came across an issue on Github which shocked (and slightly humoured) me github.com/kenwheeler/slick/issues... (warning contains some swearing) - wow, perfect example of how not to go about this.
The interesting thing is the solution to the css issue does fix the problem. If only the person raising the issue had contributed in a friendly manner.
Yep yep, thanks for this. I didn't read on through the whole project, but the revealed behavior within this issue is a good example for ... well, how you should not behave.
Being a 'twerp' (ehm, may I say that?! 😄 ) won't help any project, issue, bug (...).
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