Web standards are the foundation that we use to build the Web. Unfortunately many still do not use Web standards properly, so many of these articles attempt to help people learn more about the benefits of using Web standards.
In the recent Web Standards Project Buzz post ASP.Net & Standards Part II, Chris Kaminski writes a whole lot about…
WaSP follow-up to the recent validation debate.
A non-technical article on the business benefits of web standards.
Can you claim to be standards-compliant if your documents are invalid?
WaSP member Ethan Marcotte comments on the recently redesigned ABC News website.
HTML vs XHTML and separating data from formatting explained.
Two very different approaches to creating websites.
Why using XHTML is good, even if you serve it as
When computer market share statistics are mentioned, Apple is usually said to have something like 2-3 % of the PC…
Slides from Dave Shea’s keynote at Web Essentials 2004.
Slides from Douglas Bowman’s presentation at Web Essentials 2004.
The other day I came a cross a pretty strange discussion, at least from my point of view, in a…
Connecting web standards related bloggers and sites.
In a recent ZDNet column, John Carroll tells makers of alternative (meaning non-Internet Explorer) browsers to drop the religion. What…
Being the only person on a team of web designers and developers who knows or cares about web standards is…
Some reasons why high code quality is important.
Eric Meyer comments on Rakesh Pai’s article The Economics of XHTML.
Why using strict, semantic XHTML will save and make your business money.
Comments on the comments on my post about Web development mistakes.