Archived posts, June 2006
Good advice for web developers who want or need to use asynchronous scripting when building a web app.
A contest to select the best sites submitted to CSS Mania from May 2005 to May 2006.
Strict HTML and XHTML doctypes encourage the separation of semantic and presentational markup, so why do they allow inline CSS?
How to solve a compatibility problem with MT-Blacklist 1.65, Movable Type 2.65 and Perl 5.8.8.
A rewrite of my article on the methods you can use to make users aware that a website contains information in more than one language.
Getting ready to go to the @media 2006 conference. Looking for good espresso bars in London.
Apple’s WebKit team are proposing methods for providing people who use high DPI screens with more detailed images.
A survey of fifty web standards compliant websites to find out which doctypes they use.
A summary of my impressions and experiences from the @media 2006 web conference in London.
On 12 June 2006, ministers of 34 European countries signed the Riga Ministerial Declaration, which requires that all public websites are accessible by 2010.
A collection of the most popular articles published on 456 Berea Street during the first half of 2006.
The majority of sites participating in the CSS Reboot of Spring 2006 use invalid HTML, CSS, or both.