These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
Tantek Çelik makes some corrections and improvements to a recent Evolt article.
Why hiding and showing elements as a result of user interaction can reduce usability and accessibility.
Absolute and relative CSS positioning explained.
Suggestions for creating a handheld-friendly style sheet.
A list of useful CSS tricks that are unkown to many.
A standard designed to increase usability and accessibility of plain text email newsletters.
An explanation of some very important differences between designing for print and for the web.
Speaker notes from Dean Jackson’s (W3C) presentation at Web Essentials 04.
A technique for creating equal height columns in a liquid layout.
A growing collection of bullets and arrows.
Create a CSS + XHTML template for Style Master and win some cash.
Think you know HTML? You probably don’t. Especially if you use ASP.NET.
Both designers and users need to adapt to the flexibility of the web.
Helps you develop the web better.
The latest technique for replacing HTML text with Flash.
A CSS technique for creating two columns with equal height.
A collection of links to CSS resources.
A closer look at some of the claims made in comments to my recent post about web development mistakes.
Dave Shea is looking for resources for people new to web standards.
Is the new microsoft.com design a move towards web standards or not?