A strangely unstyled page, but some excellent concise info on accessibility Daily Standards – dedicated to recognizing sites that have been lovingly crafted with web standards and the future in mind Another person pushing CSS to the limit (must be viewed in Moz, Opera, Safari… Ok, anything except IE) WWF Australia – very nice xhtml/css […]
Steven Faulkner, from the Accessible Information Solutions (AIS) team, has developed a free web accessibility checking toolbar for Internet Explorer Colored boxes – one method of building full CSS layouts CSS Hacks and Filters A pencil image made out of CSS Common XHTML Validation Errors Validation and error handling – from a browser developers perspective […]
Tantek had an interesting post today Also, launched by Tankek, Mullenweg and Meyer is XHTML Friends Network (XFN) Liquid layouts have received a bit of a hammering over the last few weeks. There have been a lot of comments about how they are hard they are to achieve. So, here is an article on how […]
Selectutorial outlines CSS selectors including the structure of rules, the document tree and types of selectors. Also a step-by-step tutorial showing selectors in action.
SimpleBits has a nice article about accessible image-tab rollovers – a blow-by-blow account A detailed article on Abbreviations, Acronyms, Initialisms – what they are, the differences, using CSS with them and more An article called: “Bare Bones, No Crap, CSS Text Control Primer” – Very clear basic css concepts HTML Dog is all about how […]