These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
Comments on the very wide fixed-width layout of A List Apart.
A discussion on which is most suitable for the web.
My work colleague Charlotte has been interviewed for cssdesign.se.
An example of microformats that have a real world use today.
Most PDFs on the web should not be PDFs. But they can be made accessible.
No longer necessary. In fact, don’t do it.
Guidelines for organising CSS.
A series of articles on building websites for mobile devices.
An effort to increase the quality of scripting on the web.
Using server-side scripting to make your site faster on mobile devices.
Don’t mess with scrollbars if you want your site to be usable.
Make the footer stick to the bottom of the viewport. CSS only.
I’ve been interviewed for GrebbanDesign (in Swedish).
A very comprehensive article on the correct use of HTML tables.
Joe Clark wants to like Opera, but runs into problems with Opera advocates.
A list of mistakes often made when developers start using Ajax.
Finally a multibutton, scroll wheel mouse from Apple.
A discussion on whether XHTML should have draconian error handling or not.
Is web accessibility limited to supporting assistive technologies?
How to make figures and presentations that are friendly to colour blind people.