Archived posts, April 2007
Completely out of the blue, the Final Recommendation of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 was released today.
The new W3C HTML Working Group really is open to the community of Web professionals. Consider joining. I did.
Patrick Griffiths transforms the HTML Dog website into a book promoting best practice XHTML and CSS.
Excuses that may be valid in some circumstances are too often used to cover up somebody’s lack of knowledge about modern Web design or development.
Only sites that are badly constructed to begin with or have had too many accessibility-removing additions grafted on need to be made accessible.
Writing good markup is a craft. Here are some guidelines that will help you improve the quality of your markup.
I want to turn three columns of data into useful diagrams, but simply cannot figure out how to do it.
The results of a poll that asked respondents if they maximise their Web browser window, which OS they use, and what resolution their screen is.
Andy Clarke combines technical know-how and wicked graphic design skills to create a fantastic, forward-looking book on CSS.
Smashing Magazine asked 35 designers 5 questions each and compiled the answers into a huge article with many good design tips.
A rarely used CSS property comes to the rescue when dealing with oversized content in tables.
Tommy Olsson temporarily resurrects his blog to inform us of some great articles he has published on other sites.
In an interview for the Swedish Apple blog AppleMac.se, I talk a bit about my experience of being a Mac user.