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 huge list of links to web standards resources.
tabindex attributes to links can cause accessibility problems.
Arguments against the “statistics defence” many people use as an excuse for ignoring accessibility.
Milan Negovan redesigns microsoft.com as an educational exercise in web standards.
Mozilla 1.7 is now available.
How to make non-HTML content show up in search engines.
An excellent extension for Mozilla and Mozilla Firefox.
Mozilla Firefox 0.9 has been released.
A follow-up to HTML and CSS for Mobiles.
Clever use of negative margins to create semi-liquid, source ordered layouts.
Some ideas on how to make more people aware of, and use, web standards.
A test page to examine how web enabled PDAs and phones handle CSS media types.
An excellent guide to creating accessible web forms.
Andrei Herasimchuk on the real reason why you should care about web standards. This is required reading.
Intended to be a source of information on web standards, in Swedish.
Molly E. Holzschlag responds to the recent frustrations being expressed by some standards evangelists.
A thorough explanation of the different kinds of selectors in CSS 2.
An interesting article on search engine optimisers, and why many of them should be avoided.
Derek Featherstone points out that the default link styles of most browsers don’t follow the WCAG.
Jim Byrne examines four ways of defining what makes a website accessible.