These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
Google Custom Search Engine lets anybody create a specialised search engine. Here are some of interest for Web professionals.
97 percent of websites examined in a global survey on behalf of the United Nations do not meet even the most basic accessibility requirements.
A clever way of making the object element work as a replacement for iframe, even in Internet Explorer.
A mandatory download for all Web professionals - it is packed with features so unbelievably useful you won’t know how you’ve been able to live without them.
Safari continues to increase its market share, continuously growing with over 45 percent compared to the same month last year.
Many sites use link phrases that are anonymous and meaningless. Help improve the Web by making yourself and your clients think before you link.
Create something spectacular based on one to five stock images and win a MacPro with dual Cinema Displays, a MacBook Pro, a MacBook, or an iPod.
In general, sites that rely on Internet Explorer’s quirks mode continue to display as intended in IE 7, while those that use too many CSS hacks have problems.
WHATWG vill få feedback från alla som jobbar med webb. Ta chansen att vara med och påverka hur HTML utvecklas i framtiden.
Joe Clark is raising money to raise money for a large acessibility research project and needs your help.
Web Directions comes to the Northern Hemisphere for a two day web conference with a great line-up of speakers and an optional post conference skiing trip.
Detailed and correct answers to 37 frequently asked questions about HTML.
Perhaps it is time to replace accessibility statements with site help pages that are less technical.
Ten useful tips for writing CSS that is better, more efficient, and easier to maintain.
It looks like Firefox 2 has been released and is available for download.
The release version of Internet Explorer 7 is now available for download from Microsoft.
A new validation and link checking service that is very likely to tell you things you did not know about your site.
Training courses in Web standards and accessibility for Web designers and developers in Sweden, in Swedish.
Twelve lessons to learn while going from table based layouts to mastering CSS.
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