If it doesn't fit in any of the other categories, but is still related to how we build and use the Web, well, it goes in this category.
Robert Scoble lists twelve reasons web entrepreneurs aren’t using Microsoft’s software.
Dreamweaver 8 seen through the eyes of a hand coding web standards and accessibility fan.
We have a job opening for a web standards and accessibility savvy web developer/designer.
How to become a good blog commenter.
Why hand-coding HTML and CSS is better than using WYSIWYG applications.
A series of articles on building websites for mobile devices.
Using server-side scripting to make your site faster on mobile devices.
A huge compilation of essential bookmarks for web professionals.
A possible alternative to sIFR.
Should developers spend time scripting around IE’s poor CSS support?
A bit of talk about fixed, fluid, and elastic website design.
Who’s going to the @media 2005 conference in June?
Requests for strange and nonexistent files turn up in server logs.
A general outline of the creation of the new website for The Faculty of Arts at Göteborg University.
No, we haven’t heard it all before. Not enough, anyway.
Some thoughts on the future of web applications.
The third and final part of Lachlan Hunt’s very thorough article series.
As I noted last week, 2004 has been an interesting year for this site. It has also been one of…
Use better URLs to avoid visitors getting a “404 Page Not Found”.
Lachlan Hunts’ article series on Unicode continues.