Archived posts, December 2004
There’s been a flood of reports, reviews and articles on web browsers lately. And they’ve appeared all over the place…
If you’re going to use XHTML, don’t settle for Transitional.
Reviews of the upcoming version of Netscape, based on Firefox.
Would the web really break if Microsoft fixed IE? Molly Holzschlag made a post about Breaking the web the other…
Basic tips for checking accessibility.
A tutorial on creating accessible Flash content.
Artist: Ben Mono Title: Dual Genre: Trip-hop/Nu-jazz Released: 2003 German Paul Beller’s first album consists of complex beats behind…
Artist: Mark Rae Title: Into the Depths Genre: Nu-Hip-Funk Released: 2004 This second solo album from Mark Rae, part…
Generate non-Latin dummy text. Hey, they even have Swedish!
Jakob Nielsen lists the kind of ads we hate the most.
Interesting observations on creativity in the workplace.
Nice and thorough explanation of positioning with CSS.
When browser vendors bend the standards and implement something in a different way than what the specification states, they may…
A checklist for evaluating a website’s usability and accessibility.
A guide to one of the trickier aspects of CSS: floating.
A problem that I’ve been running into more often in these days of CSS based layouts than I did back…
A presentation by Molly E. Holzschlag and Ethan Marcotte.
How to create equal height liquid columns with CSS.
A CSS guide for your iPod (3rd generation or newer).
A reminder of the HTML elements we often forget to use.
Common misunderstandings and areas of confusion in contemporary web design.
I haven’t had a laptop computer for a couple of years, and I can’t say I’ve missed having one all…
Yes, it is getting to the point where it isn’t worth the hassle anymore.
Some thoughts on CSS support in handheld devices.
Yet another method to embed Flash in a valid XHTML 1.0 Strict document.
Not everything in HTML is called a tag. Learn what is what.
The year 2004 is coming to an end. It’s been a great year for this site, which has seen a…
Andy Clarke’s stylesheet switcher has been updated.
The first in a series of articles explaining Unicode.
A nice summary of when using sIFR is appropriate.
Lachlan Hunts’ article series on Unicode continues.
Use better URLs to avoid visitors getting a “404 Page Not Found”.
As I noted last week, 2004 has been an interesting year for this site. It has also been one of…
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