Archived posts, April 2005
Plenty of good advice for anyone building any kind of website.
Tips for giving people browsing with handheld devices a better experience.
The debate on HTML vs. XHTML continues.
Should we spend more time on working around the shortcomings of IE?
Requests for strange and nonexistent files turn up in server logs.
Rounded corners without images or markup clutter, now even better.
Interesting discussion on how to keep class names non-presentational.
Make sure you consider accessibility before using Ajax.
An explanation of what makes a browser treat XHTML as XHTML.
An introduction to structural HTML and how it helps preparing a document for CSS styling.
A brief explanation of the basics of web accessibility.
HTML is next to dead, killed by non-conforming parsers.
A look at what is needed to make an EPiServer site accessible and standards compliant.
Who’s going to the @media 2005 conference in June?
Image replacement that solves the images off, CSS on problem.
A new version of Safari with lots of improvements is out.
A bit of talk about fixed, fluid, and elastic website design.
Should developers spend time scripting around IE’s poor CSS support?
Comprehensive charts of standards support. No Safari though.
A look at the the different approaches to implementing skip links.
A quick explanation of the concept of elastic width layouts.
Tommy talks about MIME types, HTML, floats, accessibility, and more.
Useful, unobtrusive, progressive enhancement ECMAScript.
How to decide which graphics are presentational and which are content.
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