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 book about web standards, semantics, and accessibility for Dreamweaver users.
A call for a unified way of promoting web standards.
Got a specific accessibility-related challenge that you’d like to tell others about?
Default values are used far more often than their relevance suggests.
Website navigation is a tool that should be kept simple to enable visitors to use it properly.
A comprehensive list of factors that affect the search engine ranking of a site.
Collect all URIs in a document and display them in a tidy list for printing.
What to do when you simply cannot avoid forcing users through a registration form.
How to check and improve the readability of your texts.
Many WYSIWYG CMSs that use in-page editing have problems with CSS based layouts.
How to become a good blog commenter.
Use CSS to make “read more” links more accessible to screen reader users.
I’m featured in the latest issue of Swedish design magazine CAP&Design.
Long lines of text may not be that bad for on-screen readability after all.
Some good tips for writing email messages that get their job done.
Footnotes don’t exist in HTML, but you can fake them. Or not.
Why hand-coding HTML and CSS is better than using WYSIWYG applications.
No more banners, no more licensing fee. Just a good browser.
A web application that lets you compare different typefaces and settings side by side.
Promoting a website without using ugly tricks that can get it demoted or banned.