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 Feed Validator for Atom and RSS is now available at the W3C website, and exposes its Web service as a SOAP 1.2 interface.
Microsoft still has some catching up to do when it comes to understanding Strict DOCTYPEs and XHTML 1.0 vs. 1.1.
Using web standards will not in some mysterious and unexplained way prevent innovation and creativity.
Peter-Paul Koch on css, web standards, elitism and how to reach the new amateurs.
A collection of old school web design and development hacks that were widely used before developers started abandoning table based layouts and adopting web standards.
Microsoft informs developers using ASP.NET 2.0 how to configure it to produce valid and accessible markup.
How well do major companies and government departments in Australia use web standards and other best practices on their websites?
A story of how AT&T’s corporate website was brought into web standards.
Web professionals who refuse to update their skills and insist on using outdated methods can no longer be called web professionals.
A valid way of using conditional comments to hide something from Internet Explorer for Windows.
Design sites aren’t very good at using web standards. And purely visual designers often misunderstand accessibility.
The RSS platform in Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Vista will only support feeds that are well-formed XML.
Looking for a reason to go to New Zealand? The Webstock conference is a really good one.
Once a showcase for commercial websites embracing web standards, Disney Store UK is now a prime example of regressive web development.
Apple Safari is the first officially released browser to pass the Acid2 browser test. Safari 2.0.2 also seems to fix the FOUC problem.
A look at how well government websites in New Zealand adhere to web standards.
HTML and CSS are not as easy as some people like to think. They are easy to get started with, but very difficult to master.
Mass validation of public sector websites in the United States and Sweden. The result, as expected, is not good.
A discussion on whether invalid HTML attributes may be acceptable under some circumstances.
A book about web standards, semantics, and accessibility for Dreamweaver users.