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.
A call for a unified way of promoting web standards.
I’m featured in the latest issue of Swedish design magazine CAP&Design.
Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin.
Why do many decision makers, project managers, and tool manufacturers prevent us from doing things right?
Stop looking for excuses not to use web standards.
Use CSS to improve the markup of HTML emails.
Russ Weakley covers more than the basics in this one.
When project managers who do not know about web standards run the show.
Read this if you use ASP.NET.
An effort to increase the quality of scripting on the web.
Is the improved web standards support in Internet Explorer 7 a good thing only, or will it put the future health of the web at risk by tempting developers to use more proprietary features?
Is web accessibility limited to supporting assistive technologies?
One step closer to better web standards support in assistive technology.
What can happen when only vision impaired users are catered to.
Web developers and designers talk about their passion for CSS.
Why is the WCAG working group lowering the importance of validity?
Web accessibility is not just for screen readers or blind people.
My impressions from the @media 2005 web standards and accessiblity conference.
Going to London for a few days to attend the @media 2005 web standards and accessibility conference.
In case you were looking for a good reason to visit Australia in July.