Archived posts, March 2007
Andy Rutledge explains why using Web standards does not stifle the creativity of graphic designers.
The new W3C HTML Working Group will be open to participants from W3C members and non-members, and will release a new HTML Recommendation in Q3 2010.
Paul Haine explains how to use the elements and attributes available in HTML to create structured, valid, and semantic markup.
The top ten computer usability bloopers we see in the movies.
A comparison of the redesigned websites of two Swedish newspapers, GP.se and HD.se, that were both launched in late 2006.
Subscribe to the whatwg-org mailing list, the place for HTML 5 authors to help other HTML 5 authors.
Molly Holzschlag will be working with Microsoft on standards and interoperability issues, and wants your opinion on where to start.
The Page Zoom feature has led to people thinking that IE 7 lets the user resize text sized in pixels or absolute units. It does not.
Malmö, Sweden, June 14-15 2007. Speakers include Brandon Schauer and Ben Saffer from Adaptive Path, and Kim Goodwin from Cooper.
The Connection07 conference is coming up. March 27 is the day to be in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Jeff Croft, Ian Lloyd, and Dan Rubin explain solid, practical CSS techniques that you can use in real, professional Web projects.
Looking for answers to three questions: 1. Do you maximise your browser window? 2. What is the resolution of your screen? 3. Which OS do you use?