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.
An attempt to influence the Swedish National Agency for Education to update the web development methods being taught in Swedish schools.
One of the best web design showcase sites ever is for sale. Got at least USD 30k to spend?
Microsoft’s new Internet Explorer 7 web browser is much improved, but many web professionals are far from enthusiastic about it. Here’s why.
Swedish consumer electronics chain ONOFF launches a new, inaccessible, invalid website and falsely claims that it is accessible.
A list of ten huge mistakes no web designer or developer should be caught making.
Microsoft’s new Web 2.0 shopping portal only accepts visitors who are using Internet Explorer for Windows.
A story of web standards and accessibility from the release of HTML 3.2 in 1997 until now, with a look at what we can expect in the future.
Useful information on web standards and related topics in small, bite-sized chunks.
Alternative text should never be displayed at the same time as the image it provides an alternative for.
A survey shows that CMSs used by Swedish public sector websites are lacking with respect to accessibility and web standards.
Don’t make web browsers guess which character encoding your content is using. Tell them and make your content readable for all your visitors.
It takes more than using valid markup to make a website follow best practices. Much more.
Apple’s iWeb excels at generating valid but incredibly messy markup that completely misses the point of using web standards.
The first article in a three-part series that explains how to evaluate the basic accessibility of a website.
Websites that, despite being created or substantially updated during the era of web standards, ignore or misuse those standards are failed redesigns.
Make sure you don’t miss the major European web development conference of the year - @media 2006 in London this June.
Many web applications and websites that don’t work properly (or at all) in Safari would work if their developers did their job properly.
The developers at Yahoo! Music are asking people to downgrade their browsers to Netscape 4.7 in order to view videos on their site. Thanks, but no thanks.
Marketing speak for “Rebuild your website with web standards to make it more profitable”.
Some of the most important reasons for spending the time to learn all about using web standards to design and develop websites.