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 Swedish language sites of Volvo, Saab, BMW, and Honda reviewed and rated for visual design, content, technical quality, and accessibility.
A rant about some of the trends that I find really annoying about the Web in 2006.
Google Custom Search Engine lets anybody create a specialised search engine. Here are some of interest for Web professionals.
A new version of the Vägledningen 24-timmarswebben (Swedish Guidelines for public sector websites) has been published, and I had the honour of being invited to write parts of it.
W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee acknowledges that HTML needs to be kept alive. Making people use XML failed, so a new working group will gradually improve HTML.
A new validation and link checking service that is very likely to tell you things you did not know about your site.
Training courses in Web standards and accessibility for Web designers and developers in Sweden, in Swedish.
Twelve lessons to learn while going from table based layouts to mastering CSS.
Should Web designers and Web authors use q elements to mark up inline quotations or not? Opinions differ.
Teacher and Web standards advocate Lars Gunther interviewed about his efforts to change the way Web related subjects are taught in Swedish schools.
The Google Search Appliance user interface can now use well-formed, valid, accessible, and semantic markup.
Please keep on writing helpful tutorials and informative articles and books on Web standards, accessibility, and best practices in general.
A series of articles analysing and discussing the validation errors found among sites participating in CSS Reboot Spring 2006.
Making Google’s home page use valid HTML 4.01 Strict and CSS for layout reduces file size by 21 percent.
The majority of sites participating in the CSS Reboot of Spring 2006 use invalid HTML, CSS, or both.
A collection of the most popular articles published on 456 Berea Street during the first half of 2006.
A summary of my impressions and experiences from the @media 2006 web conference in London.
A survey of fifty web standards compliant websites to find out which doctypes they use.
A service that lets you analyse and validate the quality and popularity of any web page using various tools and testers on the web.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 is confusing, difficult to understand, hard to implement, and disregards web standards.
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