Archived posts, July 2004
A whole bunch of image replacement methods.
I had been advocating the use of web standards for a long time before I bought this book, but it was more in the sense of using valid HTML…
I waited for a long time before buying this book, thinking it wouldn't contain much new to me. When I finally had it in my hands, I couldn…
This follow-up to Eric Meyer on CSS has more of the same, and is just as good as the first book, if not better. The ten new projects take …
Web accessibility is something that the vast majority of all web professionals know little to nothing about. Some believe that making webs…
WaSP asks the W3C how multimedia objects should be inserted into web documents.
Suggestions to help you minimize your muddling as a web developer.
A new CSS filter that can be used to import a separate CSS file for IE5/Mac.
A discussion on the use of “home” links on websites.
A W3C document on the bases of Web architecture.
A technique for creating slant-separated navigation bars.
If there is one single rule that always holds within web design and development, it’s that something will go wrong in one way or another. …
An article on how to avoid and handle broken links.
How to prevent IE6/Win from dynamically collapsing margins.
Part four of a nice CSS tutorial.
The W3C’s HTML and XHTML Frequently Answered Questions.
A couple of posts about using floats for layout from Eric Meyer.