Explanations of why some of the bad practices that are made fun of at the Enterprise CSS/HTML/JS sites are bad practices.
The W3C XHTML Media Types Note now includes compatibility guidelines and allows XHTML 1.1 documents to be served as text/html provided that they conform to those guidelines.
Jeffrey Zeldman on how the stricter and clearer rules of XHTML 1.0 made many web professionals improve their markup.
At cssquirrel.com, Kyle Weems turns hot web related topics into enjoyable comics that should make a lot of web geeks smile.
Validating WAI-ARIA in HTML or XHTML is currently more difficult than it could be, but it is possible and there is hope that it will be easier in the near future.
By using the label element to associate form controls with their label text, you improve the accessibility of HTML forms and make styling and scripting them easier.
Teach people how to use plain old semantic HTML to create valid, well-structured, accessible and interoperable websites.
Blockquote elements are only allowed to contain block-level and script elements in Strict Doctypes.
The new W3C HTML Working Group will be open to participants from W3C members and non-members, and will release a new HTML Recommendation in Q3 2010.
W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee acknowledges that HTML needs to be kept alive. Making people use XML failed, so a new working group will gradually improve HTML.
Descriptions of a few different levels of HTML knowledge among people working in the web industry.
A valid way of using conditional comments to hide something from Internet Explorer for Windows.
There is no such thing as an alt tag in HTML. Alt is an attribute, required for the img element and specified in the img tag.
An article that explains the difference between tags, elements, and attributes in HTML.
A discussion of the issues involved in serving XHTML with the application/xhtml+xml MIME type.
SimpleQuiz › Part VIII › Titles asks how a book title or publication should be marked up.