Archived posts, June 2003

AOL, Netscape and the death of Internet Explorer

As many of you most probably know by now, AOL has agreed to drop its suit against Microsoft in exchange for a chunk of cash and some other…

Posted on June 1, 2003 in Browsers

Catching Up

Nothing new here for a week. Been too swamped with work. Time to catch up a bit. Eric Meyer has redesigned meyerweb. Several times over, a…

Posted on June 11, 2003 in Interviews, CSS, Browsers, Web General

The death of a pioneer

Microsoft has now officially killed the Mac version of Internet Explorer. I could see this coming since there have been no updates other t…

Posted on June 14, 2003 in Browsers

CSS Rollovers

Uberlink CSS Rollovers is a nice tutorial at PVII on how to use unordered lists to mark up navigation links, and CSS to spice the links up…

Posted on June 21, 2003 in CSS

CSS 3 Selectors

In CSS 3 Selectors, Russel Dyer writes about CSS selectors, all the way from those included in CSS 1 to those in the recently finished CSS…

Posted on June 21, 2003 in CSS

Some people never learn

Zeldman writes a bit about .Net and standards. Seems like there is a bit of a discussion going on about this at a couple of places. In a .…

Posted on June 21, 2003 in Web Standards

Time to go on a Safari

Well, not quite. Not for me. Apple yesterday released Safari 1.0, and it’s a really great web browser. Speedy, standards compliant and eff…

Posted on June 24, 2003 in Browsers

WCAG 2.0

W3C just published the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Working Draft. I haven’t had the time to read it yet, but out of both inte…

Posted on June 25, 2003 in Accessibility

Web Standards still live

Lately there’s been a lot of talk about the end of free, downloadable, standalone versions of Internet Explorer. Some people shrug and say…

Posted on June 28, 2003 in Browsers, Web Standards