tl;dr: If you see something wrong on my site, please let me know. I won’t be annoyed or offended. You’ll be helping me. It’s a contribution.
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This morning I tweeted out a link to my Lato’s unfortunate ligatures blog post. Łukasz Langa tweeted back at me:
OMG! Are images looking like that on my site and I didn’t know? (I’ve since fixed the problem.) Turns out it wasn’t just iPhones: Safari on desktop also showed stretched images like this! Why didn’t anyone tell me?
I could have done more thorough testing to begin with, but bugs will happen no matter what.
If you see something wrong, get in touch to let me know. As a creator, I want to make good things. If you can point me to a problem, you are helping me make better things. Even small things like dropped words or mispellings are good to report (see what I did there?).
I know it might feel like you are being a nit-picker, but it shows me that you care enough about what I do to respond. It’s a good thing. Probably other blog authors feel the same way.
Thanks in advance.