Archived posts, May 2005
How to do usability testing of websites even if you have no time and no money.
How to quickly find different sections of your CSS files.
Fixed and fluid width combined. Sort of.
Examining VoiceOver, the built-in screen reader in Mac OS X 10.4.
How to install the W3C validator and use it to batch validate entire sites.
A very entertaining interview with accessibility guru Joe Clark.
Questioning width and height values for images.
One way of solving the images off, CSS on problem with image replacement.
Create a resizable box with custom, transparent corners and borders and no extra markup.
A huge compilation of essential bookmarks for web professionals.
A rant about WYSIWYG editors that require IE/Win and generate crappy code.
The W3C's Quality Assurance Group explains the downside of custom DTDs.
A few common accessibility myths and misconceptions explained.