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So, which browsers should one code for when making Web sites? Well, there is some general wisdom that should be stated first: The answers will vary depending on a) a siteï¿½s users, b) what youï¿½re trying to accomplish, c) budget and time contraints, and d) personal philosophy. This is taken from A great blog by […]
From the great Dave Shea (creator of the CSS Zen Garden. (no relation to Dan (At least I don’t think))) (yay for parenthetical statements). I used to think [that you should develop first in IE, then test in Mozilla and the rest], but there’s a good reason why my mindset shifted. If you develop in […]
One important aspect of coding with Web standards is semantically correct markup (that is, choosing the proper HTML tag for the TEXT you are MARKing UP. (HTML = hyper TEXT MARKUP language). An analogy can be drawn between using semantically correct markup, and using proper grammar. I think a more apt analogy is comparing proper […]
Bill Gates was Knighted “The honorary KBE is in recognition of his outstanding contribution to enterprise, employment, education and the voluntary sector in the United Kingdom,” the Foreign Office said. This on the heels of Tim Berners-Lee’s Knighthood leaves me with some hope :)