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721: new post   Make intelligent use of META tags
Refresher course in the venerable meta tags.
HTMLMay 28, 2002
722: new post   When a Client Wants a Cluttered Page
"The client...fancies his business offerings to be multipronged like Microsoft and figures it is logical that he should emulate them."
HTMLJune 11, 2002
723: new post   Accessibility Issues In The Real World
"To be honest, my considerations in regard to usability and accessibility extended to making sure sites were cross- browser compliant. That changed when I was handed the task of developing content for several sites that by necessity must be accessible to people with impaired vision. "
HTMLJune 11, 2002
724: new post   Looking For Studies on Web Pages
The quest for free or resonably priced studies on web pages continues. In a world where we run on precision computers and have date on everything, the lack of real world page performace data is troubling.
HTMLJune 11, 2002
725: new post   Multiple Page Forms - High Degree of Difficulty
"I am trying to develop a form that has multiple pages..."
HTMLJune 11, 2002
726: new post   Mozilla 1.1Alpha out
Hot on the heals of Moz 1.0 comes version 1.1 with about 15 new changes and a full trainload of bug fixes.
HTMLJune 12, 2002
727: new post   Validation vs. Code Bloat
We all know that with the browser wars starting to simmer again and that makes code validation more important than it has been in several years. However, code size is just as big an issue in the speed sensitive environment of the web.
HTMLJune 19, 2002
728: new post   Visual Noise Reduction
If it were possible, I would reduce every page down to the content, 1-3 direct links to related content, and one link back to root for a maximum of 5 links on a page. Unfortunatly, pages like that rarely work in the real world.
HTMLJune 26, 2002
729: new post   Are Splash Pages Site Killers or Site Makers?
Click here to enter.
HTMLJune 26, 2002
730: new post   Search Engine Validation Results
A review of current validation results of the major search engines.
HTMLJune 29, 2002
731: new post   What Date Format do YOU use on YOUR website?
Are you a 07-03-02 or 03-07-02 person, or does 03 July '02 or July 03, '02 do it for you ?
HTMLJuly 3, 2002
732: new post   P3P and the Default Settings of Internet Explorer 6
"Internet Explorer 6 takes a proactive stance to P3P by automatically taking action based on the user´s privacy settings. This may be done with little or no knowledge of the human surfing the web and could change the browsing experience intended by the webmaster. "
HTMLJuly 10, 2002
733: new post   Web Page Date Formats
A general survey on date format usage.
HTMLJuly 12, 2002
734: new post   Search Engine Validation Results
The Open Directory Project at Dmoz.org has become the first major search site to come into compliance with HTML web standards since 1996.
HTMLJuly 17, 2002
735: new post   Redux: Search Engine Validation Results
The Open Directory Project at Dmoz.org has become the first major search site to come into compliance with HTML web standards since 1996.
HTMLJuly 19, 2002
736: new post   Handy, generic javascript coding
Common tasks solved with javascript - back button, change two frames, browser sniffing, assign css by screen resolution and more
HTMLApr 30, 2001
737: new post   Web Page Design Priorities: Purpose vs. Presentation?
Coding and the target audience.
HTMLAug 6, 2002
738: new post   Screen Res Going Up Again? 800x600 vs 1024x768
"...safe bet to design a site for 1024x768 resolution?"
HTMLAug 15, 2002
739: new post   Netscape 4.8 Released
Yes, you read that version number right.
HTMLAug 18, 2002
740: new post   Mozilla 1.1 Released
Numerous bug fixes and enhancements.
HTMLAug 27, 2002
741: new post   Will XHTML Ever Come of Age?
Dead protocol walking or the future?
HTMLSept 4, 2002
742: new post   IE Service Pack 1 With Alexa?
Alexa Bundled With IE - apparently without notice.
HTMLSept 17, 2002
743: new post   Printer Friendly Layout Theory
Designing pages with the printer in mind.
HTMLSept 22, 2002
744: new post   Mozilla Phoenix 0.1 Alpha Build Released
Phoenix is a a trimmed down version of Mozilla that attempts to address Mozillas core problem of bloat.
HTMLSept 26, 2002
745: new post   Netscape SmartDownload ELU Not Applicable
The first ruling in the "Netscape Is SpyWare" suit has come down against Netscape.
HTMLOct 2, 2002
746: new post   Liquid Layout vs Fixed Layout
Do users tend to use the back button more on fixed layouts?
HTMLOct 4, 2002
747: new post   Getting Iframed Content to Reconstitute With the Framing Page
We all know visitors won't always come in on the page that sets up your framed content properly. That issue become twice as difficult when using HTML 4 IFRAMES.
HTMLOct 22, 2002
748: new post   Tools for Testing Browser Compatibility
What tools are out there for checking compatibility across netscape, AOL, windows and Mac browsers.
HTMLOct 22, 2002
749: new post   Precedent: AllTheWeb Validates to W3C Standards.
Following the precedent set by the ODP, AllTheWeb has become the first major crawler based search engine to validate their home page to support W3C HTML and accessiblity standards.
HTMLNov 11, 2002
750: new post   Opera 7 Beta 1 Released
Opera 7 beta 1 for Windows was released.
HTMLNov 14, 2002
751: new post   Easiest and Best Way to Stop mailto: spam?
"We have published our email addresses on our web sites for almost 10 years using simple mailto: or forms. In the past year, the amount of spam has become intolerable. "
HTMLNov 18, 2002
752: new post   Top Back Button Offenses?
"What causes you to press the back button out of a site on your first visit?"
HTMLNov 29, 2002
753: new post   Design is Only Skin Deep
Real world Webmasters continue to assert that the majority of what is taught in web design and web graphics classes is wrong. It is the low key, no graphic, easy to read, white space strong, low impact pages that are producing long term results in the real world.
HTMLDec 1, 2002
754: new post   Size Matters When Most of Your Visitors are at 56k
"Graphic heavy, flash based sites, mutli-layered sites seem to be ignoring the reality: most surfers are still using modems. 56k with a subpar connection at that."
HTMLDec 2, 2002
755: new post   Cutting Bandwidth Needs
"...suggestions for cutting bandwidth, particularly in a mostly text-based environment?"
HTMLDec 7, 2002
756: new post   Preloading Images
Tips and questions on preloading of images with js.
HTMLDec 7, 2002
757: new post   Nielsens Top 10 Design Mistakes of 2002
" The number one mistake, however, was lack of pricing information, followed by overly literal search engines."
HTMLDec 30, 2002
758: new post   The Mega Page Phenom
Most of us have run into those monster pages that throw everything but the kitchen sink on to the page. What's it all about?
HTMLJan 8, 2003
759: new post   Opera Software Doubles Revenue
Opera Software (makers of the famous Opera Browser) have announced that revenue doubled in 2002 over 2001 and that they expect to go public in late 2003.
HTMLJan 8, 2003
760: new post   Colored Scrollbars - Love em or hate em - No Middle Ground to be Found
Opinions on colored scroll bars run the full spectrum from "I love them" to "I press the back button when I see them." Those that don't care for them are rather passionate about them. Enough to suggest they aren't ready for prime time yet.
HTMLJan 9, 2003
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