Archived posts, June 2004
Since Internet Explorer doesn't support the display:table, display:table-row and display:table-cell properties, it obviously messes up the…
D. Keith Robinson on how developing with web standards lets you do more in less time.
A nice little tool that generates a colour palette based on a colour of your choice.
An interesting (and frightening) article on the new browser war.
Simon Jessey lists ten reasons to develop with web standards. There are many more.
A newly created group which will be working on extending browser technologies.
Kevin Leitch claims that
accessibility is little more than a myth. Read the comments for an interesting discussion.
Just a little something that may be of use to someone. It's pretty common for websites to have "teasers" that show an excerpt of a full ar…
Derek Featherstone points out that the default link styles of most browsers don't follow the WCAG.
Anne van Kesteren writes about the XML entities that must be encoded in Ampersands matter. One of those entities is the ampersand, &, …
Molly E. Holzschlag responds to the recent frustrations being expressed by some standards evangelists.
An excellent guide to creating accessible web forms.
A test page to examine how web enabled PDAs and phones handle CSS media types.
In case you had a look at my CSS teaser box demo from last week, you'll know that it has one flaw: its width is fixed. I wanted to find a …
Clever use of negative margins to create semi-liquid, source ordered layouts.
A follow-up to HTML and CSS for Mobiles.
An excellent extension for Mozilla and Mozilla Firefox.
Time for yet another example of a ”flexible boxes with rounded corners” technique. This time I've created a flexible news list…
A huge list of links to web standards resources.
Interesting ideas on naming conventions for common page elements.
”Sliding doors” tabs with fewer images.
Five questions that managers and site owners should be asking their web developers.
Trenton Moss takes a look at common accessibility problems on many major websites.
This will be the last thing I write about boxes with rounded corners, custom borders or dropshadows for a while. I promise ;) Next time I'…
A step-by-step tutorial on creating a CSS based page template.
Further thoughts on structural naming conventions from Eric Meyer.
Real world examples of why validation is very important and can be a great help.
An excellent article on text-only alternatives and accessibility.
A few days ago I promised to write about something that isn’t about different ways of styling boxes with CSS. To keep that promise (…
How to convert your website to the UTF-8 character encoding.
Andy Budd writes about his take on validation.
Zeldman shares his feelings on drop-down menus.
Recent articles on the security risks involved in using Internet Explorer.