Standards are useful. Semantic markup is pointless.
2nd Sep 2005
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Help keep accessibility and semantics in HTML
Roger Johansson explains that recent developments of HTML 5 (otherwise known as Web Applications 1.0) have taken a turn for the worse with moves towar [...]
Save time with your markup!Markup Generator is a simple tool created for xhtml/css coders that are tired of writing boring frame code at the ver [...]
Markup as a Craft
Excellent article with pointers on how to produce quality HTML markup from Garrett Dimon at Digital Web Magazine. [...]
Bulletproof HTML: 37 Steps to Perfect Markup
Tommy Olsson has a new article published at Sitepoint which highlights 37 useful points to consider when working with HTML [...]
XHTML 2.0 Working Draft
The eighth public working draft of XHTML 2.0 has been released by the HTML Working GroupXHTML 2.0 is a general purpose markup language without present [...]
See JAWS being used by a blind tester
On the afternoon of Monday 11 September Test Partners are running a demonstration of the JAWS screen reader with a blind tester to illustrate the issu [...]
Complex Table Inspector
Gez Lemon from Juicy Studio has produced a nifty wee favelet for checking the markup of tables. [...]
How much is a brand worth to you?
Scrivs considers the valu e of branding.I am going to start a new strategy and markup 50% higher than usual and when they scoff at the price drop it [...]
'Spanky Corners' is an experimental technique for using only CSS to produce 'round-cornered content boxes' with semantically pure markup. It does not [...]
simple clearing of floats
two r ecent examples showing how to clear floats without using extra structural markup. [...]