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 quick and dirty introduction to accessibility.
A discussion on the pros, cons, and potential risks of using sIFR.
How to use CSS to allow scrolling within an HTML table.
On November 15, I’ll be in Stockholm for BloggForum Stockholm 2004.
A neat trick to add drop shadows to the top and bottom of a document.
A follow-up to a previous post on resetting all CSS margins and paddings.
WaSP follow-up to the recent validation debate.
Version 1.0 of Eric Meyer’s slide show system S5 is ready to go.
Basic CSS rules to start a new style sheet with.
A reminder of what came first.
A story about how unethically some clueless web design shops can act.
A non-technical article on the business benefits of web standards.
Different techniques combined to make CSS tabs.
Can you claim to be standards-compliant if your documents are invalid?
HTML vs XHTML and separating data from formatting explained.
Check out my list of recommended music.
A presentation held by Douglas Bowman at Web Essentials 04.
Two very different approaches to creating websites.
Interesting method for making design problems easier to handle.