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.
Slides from a presentation on web accessibility.
Note: this article is a Swedish translation of Web development mistakes, Redux. När jag besöker en webbplats gillar jag att…
Speaker notes from Dean Jackson’s (W3C) presentation at Web Essentials 04.
Think you know HTML? You probably don’t. Especially if you use ASP.NET.
A few weeks ago I posted about my experiences with content negotiation, and some roadblocks I ran into when looking…
There have been a lot of comments on my recent post about common web development mistakes, and that’s great. Not…
A closer look at some of the claims made in comments to my recent post about web development mistakes.
Dave Shea is looking for resources for people new to web standards.
Is the new microsoft.com design a move towards web standards or not?
When I visit a website, especially if it’s the site of a competitor or a prospective client, I like viewing…
How to explain web standards to clients in a language they understand.
Information that should have been left in the 20th century.
Why many have stopped using Internet Explorer. You should, too.
Note: This is a repost of something I first published in December 2003. Since this site gets a lot more…
Note: this article is in Swedish. An English translation will be available later. Tidigare i år publicerade svenska Internetworld Sveriges…
Accessible, web standards based makeovers of inaccessible sites.
A client-friendly explanation of the benefits of web standards.
A site based on Web Standards gets butchered by clueless web designers.
Recommendations on articles, tutorials and books for learning about CSS and Web standards.