In order to get things done you need to find ways of keeping your productivity up. The articles found here may assist you with that.
How to avoid having to edit hosts files in your Parallels virtual machines when your Mac’s IP address changes.
Some people argue that checklists should not be used when evaluating accessibility. I think they work fine when used right.
How to install the W3C Markup Validator on Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
How to configure Apache on Mac OS X to use virtual hosts with local host names and parse .html files for PHP and SSI.
How to make Mac OS X display the current week number.
The HTML5 Validator extension for Firefox has received a number of updates and is now hosted on GitHub.
How to automatically validate HTML5 in Firefox by installing a local copy of Validator.nu and my HTML5 Validator Extension.
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.
A few guidelines that will help you produce understandable and maintainable HTML5. Executive summary: stick to the syntax rules of XHTML.
In an interview at Big Think, 37signals President and co-founder Jason Fried talks about one of the main problems of the modern workplace - interruption.
Two simple rules when replying to emails that contain multiple questions: reply inline and do not assume that the recipient will see any formatting.
HTML 5 does not have the same strict syntax rules that XHTML does, which opens up for problems in teams of developers and makes teaching HTML more difficult.
The Zen Coding plugin, available for TextMate and several other editors, speeds up your HTML and CSS coding.
Robert Nyman’s FireFinder plugin for Firebug lets you quickly find and highlight HTML elements that match a CSS selector or XPath expression. Very handy.
If a Subversion repository has moved to a new location, use the svn switch command with the –relocate switch to make the working copy point to the repository’s new URL.
Using version control to keep track of changes to your files will make you sleep better at night, and getting started is easier than you may think it is.
Twelve tips that help you use TextMate more efficiently and remove some of the tedious parts of writing client-side code.
To save keystrokes and speed up development I have created a DOMAssistant bundle for TextMate.
If you use Gmail to contact someone and don’t get a reply, it could be because their mail server has been blacklisted by Google.
Learn how to reduce stress and improve productivity by getting things out of your brain and into a trustworthy system of folders and lists.