Archived posts, August 2005
A list of mistakes often made when developers start using Ajax.
Joe Clark wants to like Opera, but runs into problems with Opera advocates.
A very comprehensive article on the correct use of HTML tables.
Don't mess with scrollbars if you want your site to be usable.
Is the improved web standards support in Internet Explorer 7 a good thing only, or will it put the future health of the web at risk by tempting developers to use more proprietary features?
Using server-side scripting to make your site faster on mobile devices.
An effort to increase the quality of scripting on the web.
A series of articles on building websites for mobile devices.
No longer necessary. In fact, don't do it.
Most PDFs on the web should not be PDFs. But they can be made accessible.
A discussion on whether it is acceptable for a website to be accessible to people with disabilities but inaccessible to people that use alternative browsing devices or operating systems.
Comments on the very wide fixed-width layout of A List Apart.
An article that explains the difference between tags, elements, and attributes in HTML.