These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
Providing quality content is the key to good search engine rankings.
How to use transparent PNG images in modern browsers, and GIFs in others.
How to explain web standards to clients in a language they understand.
Things to consider when making an about page for a website.
Information that should have been left in the 20th century.
Not the best way of making a website accessible.
Redesigns don’t necessarily make a site better or more useful.
Online travel services make their sites accessible.
Why many have stopped using Internet Explorer. You should, too.
The HTML or XHTML debate continues.
Just released: Netscape 7.2, based on Mozilla 1.7.
Some thoughts on what characterises quality web design in the real world.
Accessible, web standards based makeovers of inaccessible sites.
A client-friendly explanation of the benefits of web standards.
CSS techniques for hiding elements from graphical browsers, but not from screen readers.
Make a good website, and your search rankings will improve.
Make your site’s search engine more usable.
A site based on Web Standards gets butchered by clueless web designers.
Some typographical details that are often overlooked on the web.