Archived posts, November 2004
Possible or not? Yes. No. Maybe. Who knows.
I've come a cross a very strange bug in late Mozilla builds. It seems to have spread to the latest Camino nightlies as well as to Firefox …
Eric Meyer explains CSS margin collapsing and how to avoid it.
Some interesting ideas on how adoption of modern web browsers can be sped up.
A useful looking CSS hack.
In Oh that elitist smell, Molly Holzschlag writes about the perceived elitism of web standards advocates like the W3C, the WaSP, and the A…
How a screen reader pronounces some common title separators.
Some interesting observations on image replacement.
Finally. Firefox 1.0 is out. Don't miss it! If for some reason you still haven't dumped that big blue e (Internet Explorer), now is the ti…
The current state of accessibility of PDF documents.
Russ Weakley (Max Design, Web Standards Group) has been doing a series of great interviews with web standards advocates. Recently, Russ in…
AOL is bringing Netscape back to life. This time they're basing it on Firefox.
The killer app for web standards?
Back in the nineties, using frames to split a browser window into several independent parts was very popular. Much due to the increased aw…
A List Apart is back, with a new take on style sheet switching.
Typography examples and guides.
Don't stop writing about web standards.
When quoting text in HTML, there are several ways of marking up the quoted text. Which way you choose depends on what you're quoting, how …
Turn a definition list into a scalable box with rounded corners.
Guidelines and examples that help you create accessible and usable web forms.
Thoughts on accessibility and the use of automated checking tools.