Posts in the Web Standards category
11 October 2006 by
After hearing about Microformats in the lunchbreak at d.Construct 2006 last month, I'm looking forward to the Web Standards Group London meeting with a Microformats theme on 19th October
15 September 2006 by
After seeing microformats described with some passion by Jeremy Keith during the lunchbreak at d.Construct 2006 last week, I decided to add a simple hCard microformat to a couple of websites
12 September 2006 by
Following on from the previous post, I am also trying out Zoundry as a blog editor.
04 August 2006 by
One of the reasons why a webpage might not pass the W3C markup validation test is unencoded ampersands in the link URLs. This can often happen with links provided by affiliate schemes. You copy and paste the link code into your valid (X)HTML page and, lo and behold, the page no longer validates. Well, Dreamweaver can help.
17 July 2006 by
I attended the WSG London meeting a few days ago. There were two entertaining presentations by Andy Budd and Christian Heilmann.
17 April 2006 by
Bite Size Standards is a new website offering “concise web development tutorials, tips and tricks".
08 April 2006 by
Natalie Jost has published a neat diagram showing web standards in a nutshell. I'd never really thought about the separation of content from presentation from behaviour in a pictorial or diagrammatic form before – but this is a neat way of showing it!
13 January 2006 by
Have you ever wanted to validate your HTML whilst previewing web pages on your PC? Are you curious about the HTML validity of other websites? Now you can do both using this Firefox extension.
11 December 2005 by
One reason for moving to a CSS-based website layout is to streamline the website code. This has a number of advantages….
06 December 2005 by
Roger Johansson at 456 Berea Street has published Ten Reasons to Learn and Use Web Standards.