HTML and XHTML are the markup languages used to create a solid foundation for your website or web application, and articles in this category generally touch upon the semantics and accessibility aspects of marking up web pages.
Eric Meyer comments on Rakesh Pai’s article The Economics of XHTML.
Why using strict, semantic XHTML will save and make your business money.
A document that defines a vocabulary of semantic markup and classes.
When using XHTML, some details are often overlooked.
Think you know HTML? You probably don’t. Especially if you use ASP.NET.
A few weeks ago I posted about my experiences with content negotiation, and some roadblocks I ran into when looking…
When I visit a website, especially if it’s the site of a competitor or a prospective client, I like viewing…
The HTML or XHTML debate continues.
XHTML 2.0 replaces the accesskey attribute with the access attribute.
Check which media types different browsers recognise.
DOCTYPEs matter. MIME types matter. Both are important.
A discussion on metadata and content attributes.
A presentation on XHTML and the transition to Web Standards.
Note: There is a follow-up to this article: Content negotiation, AdSense, and comments. As most of you probably know, XHTML…
The next generation markup language.
A two-part article on styling tables with CSS.
A discussion on the best way of marking up an address.
Discussions on the use of XHTML heading elements.
Common markup mistakes, why they can cause problems, and how to fix them.
Some tips on using classes and IDs efficiently.