Archived posts, January 2005
The top five reasons not to force links to open in new windows.
The third and final part of Lachlan Hunt's very thorough article series.
Internet Explorer is losing market share faster and faster.
A tool for checking accessibility features of HTML tables.
Some thoughts on the implementation of shortcut keys on websites and in web applications.
Some thoughts on the future of web applications.
How to use CSS to create a horizontal navigation bar out of a simple ordered list.
I received a package in the mail today.
It's here. Now there's no excuse for any web professional to not buy a Mac.
Designing for low-vision people is dramatically different.
Check your colours for accessibility, complete with yummy sliders.
View the properties of any HTML element on a page.
One of the things that make Mozilla and Firefox so great is the number of excellent extensions that are available for them. Some extension…
Read about web standards and accessibility in eight languages.
Molly reveals some under-described CSS features.
Notes from Joe Clark's accessibility presentations at Web Essentials '04.
There are cases where
span is the most appropriate element to use.
A discussion of the issues involved in serving XHTML with the application/xhtml+xml MIME type.
caption element can be quite tricky to style.
Different ways of dealing with CSS cascading.
Ever seen IE/Win ruin a layout just because a few words are in italics? I have.
Recently a couple of readers contacted me, noting that they couldn't see any comments on my site in Firefox. In the main column, anything …
An accessible, DOM compliant, collapsible menu system.
A description of my workflow for researching and writing articles, followed by a discussion containing great tips from my readers.
The Wired 13.02 cover story on Firefox.
The pros and cons of different web form layouts.
Accessibility is not just about visually impaired people.