These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
Andy Rutledge explains why using Web standards does not stifle the creativity of graphic designers.
In honour of the RSI Awareness Day, here is a nice tip for reducing the risk of getting wrist, arm, and neck pain from using a mouse.
I have several reasons for being interested in making the Web more accessible. What about you?
Whether an HTML document is valid or not does not tell the whole story about its quality.
Got some examples of really nasty markup, valid or invalid? Let’s see it!
I’m speaking at Connection07, a Web conference taking place in Gothenburg, Sweden on March 27.
This site now contains ads for Authentic Jobs, a job listing site targeting standards-aware Web professionals.
Safari gets support for multi-column layout and the text-stroke and box-shadow CSS properties.
My answers to a few questions asked by Jonathan at lab:kloud9.
Two collections of downloadable quality fonts, most of them free to use without restrictions.
The Safari team posts their response to the new W3C HTML Working Group Charter, and proposes several important changes.
Microsoft has decided to make the jobs of many Web professionals a lot harder by using Word instead of IE to render HTML in Outlook 2007.
Molly asks Bill Gates about Microsoft’s commitment to Web standards and gets no real answers.
A list of all elements and attributes currently included in the HTML 5 specification (which is a Working Draft).
A new version of the W3C CSS Validator has been released. CSS 2.1 is now the default profile.
Bruce Sterling notes that teensy teensy horrid little text is hard to read. Visit his blog and tell me if you find it ironic.
Apple’s new iPhone looks like a fantastic PDA/mobile Web browser, but what about its lack of keys with tactile feedback?
The Swedish language sites of Volvo, Saab, BMW, and Honda reviewed and rated for visual design, content, technical quality, and accessibility.
A song recorded during an evening with too much fermented herring and alcohol involved.
NetRelations are looking for a skilled ASP.NET developer with a solid understanding of Web standards.