Archived posts, November 2006
Detailed and correct answers to 37 frequently asked questions about HTML.
My favourite typography books, recommended for novices as well as for experienced type users.
Web Directions comes to the Northern Hemisphere for a two day web conference with a great line-up of speakers and an optional post conference skiing trip.
The WHATWG is seeking feedback from the community. Here is your chance to influence the direction of the future development of HTML.
Joe Clark is raising money to raise money for a large acessibility research project and needs your help.
WHATWG vill få feedback från alla som jobbar med webb. Ta chansen att vara med och påverka hur HTML utvecklas i framtiden.
A new version of the Vägledningen 24-timmarswebben (Swedish Guidelines for public sector websites) has been published, and I had the honour of being invited to write parts of it.
In general, sites that rely on Internet Explorer’s quirks mode continue to display as intended in IE 7, while those that use too many CSS hacks have problems.
A few simple guidelines for improving the quality of comments you post on this and other blogs.
Create something spectacular based on one to five stock images and win a MacPro with dual Cinema Displays, a MacBook Pro, a MacBook, or an iPod.
If you want to make your design look its best at a certain width, optimise it for that width. But there is little reason to constrain the site to that width.
Many sites use link phrases that are anonymous and meaningless. Help improve the Web by making yourself and your clients think before you link.
If you’re having problems with print style sheets in Internet Explorer 6, check your use of CSS expressions.
Simon Collison shares his experiences from working with the Web in the hopes that it will help readers avoid some confusion and frustration.