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.
Developing with web standards, my (long) article on web standards and accessibility, turned out to be more popular than I…
DOCTYPEs matter. MIME types matter. Both are important.
A presentation on XHTML and the transition to Web Standards.
A list of checkpoints for web standards compliance.
Examples of how using Web Standards can save money.
A comparative survey of ten high profile websites.
A directory of standards compliant sites developed in ASP or ASP.NET.
Discussions on the use of XHTML heading elements.
Common markup mistakes, why they can cause problems, and how to fix them.
A presentation held at Web Visions 2004.
An assessment of accessibility and standards conformance in four EU countries.
A makeover of the microsoft.com homepage.
The W3C’s HTML and XHTML Frequently Answered Questions.
How to install the W3C HTML Validator on Mac OS X.
A W3C document on the bases of Web architecture.
Guidelines (in Swedish) for developing and designing websites for the Swedish public sector.
Use your RSS reader to regularly check that your site is valid.
Microsoft really needs to hire some developers who actually know HTML.
WaSP asks the W3C how multimedia objects should be inserted into web documents.
Recent articles on the security risks involved in using Internet Explorer.
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