These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
Let the people at the Web Standards Project know what you work with and how you use web standards.
Kevin Leitch claims that
accessibility is little more than a myth. Read the comments for an interesting discussion.
A newly created group which will be working on extending browser technologies.
Simon Jessey lists ten reasons to develop with web standards. There are many more.
An interesting (and frightening) article on the new browser war.
A nice little tool that generates a colour palette based on a colour of your choice.
D. Keith Robinson on how developing with web standards lets you do more in less time.
For those of us who don’t have access to a PC for browser testing.
Get your dummy text in other languages and character encodings than the standard iso latin.
Budget Design: Increase Profit by Improving Process is an eBook from Sinelogic that offers good advice on how to make web projects profitable.
Joe Clark has posted a huge list of links to web standards and accessibility resources.
Use the :before and :after pseudo elements to create drop shadows.
Simon Collison writes about an alternative way of styling visited links.
Yet another way of creating drop shadows with CSS.
DTD Mapper helps you decrypt Document Type Definitions.
Dave Shea explains RSS, XML, Atom, syndication, news feeds etc.
Suckerfish dropdown menus with improved accessibility and compatibility.
An interesting story about tools.
Richard Rutter (Clagnut) explains how to size text using ems.
A way of clearing a floated element without having to add extra markup.