These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
A very handy little application that provides a real-time simulation of various types of colour blindness.
Everything you need to know about numeric character references and character entity references in HTML and XML.
How can we help Mac OS X users understand that there are many better web browsers available?
Yet another web browser. Flock is based on Mozilla and has some new and interesting features.
Whether you are using CSS hacks or conditional comments, keep an eye on what happens when IE7 is released.
Higher resolution displays, longer battery life, Quad-core CPUs, new PCI architecture.
Has Firefox spread as far as it is going to spread? If so, why, and does it matter?
Usability problems are not only found on commercial websites - blogs can also be difficult to use.
We have a job opening for a web standards and accessibility savvy web developer/designer.
My latest side project is a food blog with daily recipes.
Dissection of bugs that can occur with oversized content in Internet Explorer for Windows.
How to provide help for fields in web forms without using popup windows.
Still using CSS hacks for Internet Explorer? Kick the habit now or you’ll be sorry.
Nightlies of WebKit/Safari are now available as binary downloads straight from Apple.
Mass validation of public sector websites in the United States and Sweden. The result, as expected, is not good.
A discussion on whether invalid HTML attributes may be acceptable under some circumstances.
Examples of techniques that improve usability and accessibility of web forms.
How can we prevent stylesheet files from becoming too difficult and time-consuming to maintain?
Two different explanations of how to calculate the specificity of selectors in CSS 2.1.
An article on the basics of Google’s PageRank system.