Vacation reading: 456 Berea Street unplugged
It’s that time of the year again: summer in the Northern Hemisphere. For me that means following the Swedish tradition of taking a long summer vacation. For the next five weeks I will try to stay away from computers and check out the real world.
That includes not checking or responding to e-mail, not checking stats for this site, and not checking my feed subscriptions. I’m not completely confident that I will make it, but I will try because I really need to unplug for a while. Meanwhile you are still welcome to make yourselves at home here.
There won’t be any new articles posted until my vacation is over and I’ve had some time to catch up, which means around mid August. Comments are still open on all posts I’ve made this year, so feel free to keep the discussions going. Just don’t wait for a reply from me. I will try to catch up with everything when I get back though. That may take a while, depending on how much has been going on.
I’ll leave you with some highlights of what I have written so far this year. Most of the articles have been published here on 456 Berea Street, but a few articles in Swedish have been published elsewhere. Enjoy!
Published on 456 Berea Street
- The perils of using XHTML properly
- Accessibility charlatans
- Basics of search engine optimisation
- Efficient CSS with shorthand properties
- Setting the current menu state with CSS
- CSS tips and tricks, Part 1
- CSS tips and tricks, Part 2
- Fixed or fluid width? Elastic!
- Usability testing without a budget
- Transparent custom corners and borders
- Accessibility myths and misconceptions
- Safari wishlist
- Web standards vs. Accessibility
- Customising custom corners and borders