Archived posts, September 2006
Detailed information on what causes FOUC and the different options browsers have when they encounter remote stylesheets.
Create the visual effect of HTML frames with CSS and make the scrolling area stretch to 100 % height regardless of the amount of content.
A look at what can be trusted in reports generated by automated accessibility evaluation tools.
Jakob Nielsen and Hoa Loranger revisit usability guidelines from the 1990s and reapply them to the Web of today.
A series of articles analysing and discussing the validation errors found among sites participating in CSS Reboot Spring 2006.
Designers that create fixed size layouts seem afraid to let the page scroll. Afraid to let the Web be the Web and behave like the Web.
Because I felt like playing with type a little.
Please keep on writing helpful tutorials and informative articles and books on Web standards, accessibility, and best practices in general.
The Google Search Appliance user interface can now use well-formed, valid, accessible, and semantic markup.
The phasing out of Transitional DOCTYPEs is long overdue - they are called Transitional for a reason.
Why specifying monospace as a font-family alternative will make Safari render text smaller than other browsers.
If current prerelease versions are anything to go by, Internet Explorer 7 is far from ready for release.
Teacher and Web standards advocate Lars Gunther interviewed about his efforts to change the way Web related subjects are taught in Swedish schools.