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.
Information that should have been left in the 20th century.
Note: This is a repost of something I first published in December 2003. Since this site gets a lot more…
Some thoughts on what characterises quality web design in the real world.
Make your site’s search engine more usable.
A site based on Web Standards gets butchered by clueless web designers.
Some typographical details that are often overlooked on the web.
Some thoughts on what makes a good URI.
A tutorial on enabling virtual hosts in your local Apache web server.
Using efficient markup will help keep bandwidth usage down, and make pages load faster. If that isn’t enough, and you…
A bunch of clever ways of using PHP to replace custom tags with HTML tags.
A list of questions to be considered when building a website.
A comparative survey of ten high profile websites.
Designing defensively by using elastic design.
Are serif or sans serif fonts best for body copy on the web?
A presentation held at Web Visions 2004.
A way of preventing annoying flicker in IE.
Some things to consider for print designers moving to the web.
Ten ways to speed up the download time of your web pages.
A W3C document on the bases of Web architecture.
Suggestions to help you minimize your muddling as a web developer.