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.
The final installment of the Microsoft.com redesign project.
Andy Budd writes about his take on validation.
Real world examples of why validation is very important and can be a great help.
Further thoughts on structural naming conventions from Eric Meyer.
Part four of Milan Negovan’s microsoft.com redesign exercise.
Five questions that managers and site owners should be asking their web developers.
A presentation of the process of converting two news sites from tables to CSS for layout.
Interesting ideas on naming conventions for common page elements.
A huge list of links to web standards resources.
Arguments against the “statistics defence” many people use as an excuse for ignoring accessibility.
Milan Negovan redesigns microsoft.com as an educational exercise in web standards.
Some ideas on how to make more people aware of, and use, web standards.
Andrei Herasimchuk on the real reason why you should care about web standards. This is required reading.
Intended to be a source of information on web standards, in Swedish.
Molly E. Holzschlag responds to the recent frustrations being expressed by some standards evangelists.
Anne van Kesteren writes about the XML entities that must be encoded in Ampersands matter. One of those entities is…
Let the people at the Web Standards Project know what you work with and how you use web standards.
Simon Jessey lists ten reasons to develop with web standards. There are many more.
An interesting (and frightening) article on the new browser war.
D. Keith Robinson on how developing with web standards lets you do more in less time.