Archived posts, February 2011
Checking your work in - and sometimes adapting it for - mobile browsers is quickly becoming more important. Testing is Opera Mobile and Opera Mini is pretty easy.
If privacy is important to you or your clients and you want to work with WordPress, there are a number of things you need to do to prevent your development site from disclosing potentially sensitive information.
Explanations of why some of the bad practices that are made fun of at the Enterprise CSS/HTML/JS sites are bad practices.
A few simple guidelines that will help you create readable, usable, and accessible titles for your web pages.
A selection of the Mac OS X keyboard commands I find myself using a lot, some of which may not be all that well-known.
How to automatically validate HTML5 in Firefox by installing a local copy of Validator.nu and my HTML5 Validator Extension.
Getting the document outline you want is not as easy as you might think if you want to use the new sectioning elements in HTML5.
The search form in the default WordPress 3 theme doesn't suit everybody's taste. Luckily there are many, many ways of customising it.
DanKam is an augmented reality app that uses the phone's camera to filter images in real time, changing their colours to make them easier to see for colourblind people.
You can now keep track of new posts here through Twitter as an alternative option to RSS.
Copying a folder on top of another folder with the same name in the Mac OS X Finder will replace the entire contents of the target folder. This is not always what you want, so luckily there are other ways of copying folders.
The HTML5 Validator extension for Firefox has received a number of updates and is now hosted on GitHub.