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 presentation on web standards.
The W3C’s Quality Assurance Group explains the downside of custom DTDs.
A rant about WYSIWYG editors that require IE/Win and generate crappy code.
How to install the W3C validator and use it to batch validate entire sites.
How to decide which graphics are presentational and which are content.
Tommy talks about MIME types, HTML, floats, accessibility, and more.
Comprehensive charts of standards support. No Safari though.
Should developers spend time scripting around IE’s poor CSS support?
A look at what is needed to make an EPiServer site accessible and standards compliant.
An introduction to structural HTML and how it helps preparing a document for CSS styling.
Plenty of good advice for anyone building any kind of website.
An extension for Mozilla and Firefox that validates web pages on the fly.
HTML elements describe the meaning of content, not its looks.
Using the lang attribute to mark up multilingual text is not always straightforward.
Some suggestions on how Microsoft can achieve interoperability.
A blog devoted to The 24/7 Agency, a part of Swedish government agency Statskontoret (In Swedish).
Claims of adhering to accessibility standards are often false and nothing more than marketing.
An excellent introduction to XHTML and how to build modular documents with PHP.