These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
How should a numbered list of titles and descriptions be marked up?
Gez Lemon explains how to make equal height columns with CSS, no tricks.
A presentation and a list of questions to ask when checking the accessibility of a website.
IFR (Inman Flash Replacement) is Shaun Inman’s Flash based alternative to FIR.
Patrick Griffiths at HTML Dog has posted the Top Dog Top 10 Web Standards Sites list.
Different methods to embed Flash or QuickTime content and keep your XHTML valid.
A directory of the best CSS resources available online. By creating an account, you can add even more useful resources to the pile.
Simon Willison explains how to create and use bookmarklets for web development.
A detailed article by Donna Maurer and Todd Warfel on the basics of card sorting and how to use it.
An A List Apart article in which Trenton Moss debunks four myths about web accessibility and the UK law.
From the MACCAWS web standards kit: What Every Web Site Owner Should Know About Standards.
Trenton Moss presents eight ways in which accessibility will save or make your client money.
John Gallant and Holly Bergevin explain how to use CSS to align elements to the opposite sides of a box.
From January 1, 2006, all websites of New Zealand public service departments must meet the New Zealand Government Web Guidelines version 2.1, which means they must be standards compliant and accessible.
Jeffrey Zeldman on why we need articles and tutorials on web techniques as well as on a wider range of web related subjects.
The Way Forward with Web Standards: a web standards kit white paper from MACCAWS.
The End-All Guide to Small-Screen Web-Dev by Heidi Pollock is a guide to developing for cell phones, PDA:s, and other handheld devices.
Alan Cooper and Robert Reimann list a number of web design myths.
Jim Thatcher analyzes accessibility mistakes made on a US federal agency website.