These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
Opera 7.50 has been released, and it’s looking great, so give it a try.
A W3C document that provides practical techniques related to character sets, encodings, and other character-specific matters.
A W3C document on practical techniques related to specifying the language of content.
A large collection of resources on HTML, XHTML, CSS, accessibility, usability, and more.
How to extend XHTML to make it allow the target attribute.
Didier Hilhorst explains how to create an image-based navigation bar that uses only one image file.
Interesting discussion on how to launch new windows when using XHTML 1.0 Strict.
Cameron Adams on why styling form elements is often a bad idea.
Simon Willison explains how he keeps the XHTML on his site valid.
Dan Cederholm has updated his mini tabs to support text resizing.
Derek Featherstone presents guidelines for teaching web users about accessibility.
An interesting discussion on when web accessibility becomes the responsibility of the user.
An article on how Microsoft disregards web standards in their web browsers, authoring tools, and server software.
Dan Cederholm explains a technique to create boxes with rounded corners.
An overview of what web accessibility is and who you need to consider when building an accessible website.
Dave Shea has posted a guide for anyone who wants to learn about and use web standards, but doesn’t know where to start.
Shaun Inman updates his technique for using Flash to display headlines.
How to create soft drop shadows with CSS (and images).
A collection of articles, books, blogs, and other resources related to the field of information architecture.
Robert Rubinoff outlines a quick-and-dirty methodology for quantifying the user experience.