Archived posts, February 2005
Changing the keyboard shortcuts now works.
Dave Shea and others find combined RSS feeds annoying.
Basic tips for Search Engine Optimisation: add quality content regularly and make sure your site is well-built.
Some excellent tips for syncing Macs.
Making sure a site stays accessible once it’s been handed over to the client is difficult.
When will Firefox become truly mainstream?
Some thoughts on semantics and invisible information in HTML documents.
Andy Budd on the use of heading elements.
How URIs affect sustainability, perception of stability, and ease of use.
An excellent introduction to XHTML and how to build modular documents with PHP.
A neat way of using tables to create accessible bar charts.
Claims of adhering to accessibility standards are often false and nothing more than marketing.
Things to think about before choosing a CMS for yourself or a client.
A blog devoted to The 24/7 Agency, a part of Swedish government agency Statskontoret (In Swedish).
Many people don’t realise that a website needs good content to work.
Some suggestions on how Microsoft can achieve interoperability.
A great introduction to XMLHttpRequest.
IE/Win has problems printing documents that use certain CSS expressions.
Looks like they changed their minds. Sort of.
Using the lang attribute to mark up multilingual text is not always straightforward.
A general outline of the creation of the new website for The Faculty of Arts at Göteborg University.
Vote for the best Swedish blog. Yes, 456 Berea Street is a nominee :-)
What to keep in mind when choosing colours for a website.
Two articles that discuss managing and optimising CSS files on large sites.
All about fonts for captions and subtitles.
CSS attribute selectors explained.
Tricks for writing more efficient CSS by using shorthand properties.
An article exploring the quirky percentages in IE6’s visual formatting model.
A step by step tutorial for building a flexible CSS based layout.
A security update that includes fixes for spoofing and other vulnerabilities.
How to choose the appropriate language code(s) and how to use them.
A really simple way of clearing floats without extra markup.