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 brief explanation of the basics of web accessibility.
An introduction to structural HTML and how it helps preparing a document for CSS styling.
An explanation of what makes a browser treat XHTML as XHTML.
Make sure you consider accessibility before using Ajax.
Interesting discussion on how to keep class names non-presentational.
Rounded corners without images or markup clutter, now even better.
Should we spend more time on working around the shortcomings of IE?
The debate on HTML vs. XHTML continues.
Tips for giving people browsing with handheld devices a better experience.
Plenty of good advice for anyone building any kind of website.
Comments on some problematic areas of Beatport, an online music store.
Exploring web accessibility techniques and best practices.
Rounded corners without images. No, not CSS3 either.
An extension for Mozilla and Firefox that validates web pages on the fly.
An article (in Swedish) on common myths about accessibility.
A comprehensive guide to creating a 3 column layout with CSS.
HTML elements describe the meaning of content, not its looks.
A really simple way of clearing floats without extra markup.