These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
Why using XHTML is good, even if you serve it as
The Swedish municipality of Kungälv recently rebuilt their site with standards.
A guide to setting up and using the text-only browser Lynx.
Slides from Dave Shea’s keynote at Web Essentials 2004.
A new beta of Eric Meyer’s Slide Show system.
An interesting article on the reasons Microsoft may have for not updating Internet Explorer.
Slides from Douglas Bowman’s presentation at Web Essentials 2004.
Hiding form labels in an accessible way.
HTML Dog now has a CSS 2.1 property reference.
A technique which can be used to make IE 5.0 Mac behave better.
Excellent advice on the use of checkboxes and radio buttons.
A description of problems caused by character encoding mismatches.
Eric Meyer has created a slide show system based on a single XHTML document.
A three-part article series on website acceleration.
Use server side scripting to load a print stylesheet.
Rumours say that Google are going to release a browser based on Mozilla.
In case you haven’t already, go download Firefox 1.0 PR.
A thorough guide to the effect of z-index values on relative and absolute CSS positioning.
A promising looking way of using different layouts for different viewport sizes.