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.
Joe Clark has posted a huge list of links to web standards and accessibility resources.
DTD Mapper helps you decrypt Document Type Definitions.
An interesting story about tools.
Recently, both Andy Budd and Dave Shea have written about how they consider using tables for layout acceptable in some…
A W3C document that provides practical techniques related to character sets, encodings, and other character-specific matters.
A W3C document on practical techniques related to specifying the language of content.
In his article When Semantic Markup Goes Bad, Matthew Thomas writes about why always replacing <i> and <b> with <em>…
Simon Willison explains how he keeps the XHTML on his site valid.
Is Microsoft listening? Maybe. Robert Scoble is collecting feedback on IE. Let him know what you want fixed. Be as…
An article on how Microsoft disregards web standards in their web browsers, authoring tools, and server software.
Dave Shea has posted a guide for anyone who wants to learn about and use web standards, but doesn’t know where to start.
When I made Developing with web standards (and the Swedish version, Webbutveckling med standarder) available online, I didn’t really know…
How should a numbered list of titles and descriptions be marked up?
Patrick Griffiths at HTML Dog has posted the Top Dog Top 10 Web Standards Sites list.
Different methods to embed Flash or QuickTime content and keep your XHTML valid.
A couple of weeks ago I promised to make an English version of Webbutveckling med standarder. Well, I spent most…
From the MACCAWS web standards kit: What Every Web Site Owner Should Know About Standards.
From January 1, 2006, all websites of New Zealand public service departments must meet the New Zealand Government Web Guidelines version 2.1, which means they must be standards compliant and accessible.
Jeffrey Zeldman on why we need articles and tutorials on web techniques as well as on a wider range of web related subjects.
The Way Forward with Web Standards: a web standards kit white paper from MACCAWS.