Archived posts, December 2006
Safari continues to increase its market share, continuously growing with over 45 percent compared to the same month last year.
Looking for tips, suggestions, or pointers to good documentation on how to make IBM WebSphere Portal produce valid, semantic, and accessible front-end code.
A mandatory download for all Web professionals - it is packed with features so unbelievably useful you won’t know how you’ve been able to live without them.
Nearly all browser based WYSIWYG editors produce horrible markup, but there is an alternative - What You See Is What You Mean.
My ten most wanted bug fixes or new features in whatever becomes the next version of Internet Explorer.
A clever way of making the object element work as a replacement for iframe, even in Internet Explorer.
97 percent of websites examined in a global survey on behalf of the United Nations do not meet even the most basic accessibility requirements.
Google Custom Search Engine lets anybody create a specialised search engine. Here are some of interest for Web professionals.
A rant about some of the trends that I find really annoying about the Web in 2006.
Various methods of dealing with the incorrect CSS box model used by older versions of Internet Explorer for Windows.
NetRelations are looking for a skilled ASP.NET developer with a solid understanding of Web standards.
A list of the most popular or important articles that I have written or co-written during the year. It’s a chance to catch up in case you missed one or two of them.
A song recorded during an evening with too much fermented herring and alcohol involved.