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1: new post   redux : HTML Validators
It can be your worst nightmare, or your best friend. Either way, this is your wake up call to get ready for AOL Netscape!
Mar 28, 2002
2: new post   iPhone Browser - Google and others see a surge
Apparently the iPhone is so much easier than other mobile web devices it is the number one mobile browser querying Google, yet only has 2% share of the smartphone market.
Jan 14, 2008
3: new post   ZDNet Calls 2004 The Internet Explorer Year of Shame
"Small businesses should be seriously looking at alternatives because they are less likely to be able to maintain very good security around the browser with vulnerability management. Smaller businesses should seriously be looking at changing browsers,"
July 12, 2004
4: new post   Yahoo releasing IE 7 before MSN.
"I had just completed adding Yahoo messenger on my newly reformatted computer. I opened up IE 6 and this message showed up: "Yahoo! introduces the hot new look for Fall '06. Update your web browser to the new Internet Explorer 7 (BETA) optimized for Yahoo!"
Oct 6, 2006
5: new post   Worldwide Browsers Stats Show Chrome Gaining On Firefox
Firefox dropped 0.4 percentage point to 22.1 percent of usage in November, while Chrome gained 0.7 percent to 18.2 percent. If that rate was to continue, Chrome would outpace Firefox in March 2012, but fluctuations make such predictions difficult.
Dec 1, 2011
6: new post   WinXP SP2 Changes Will Affect Many Web Page Displays
If you use automatically launched downloads, ActiveX, automatic popup windows, Java, modal windows, or window JS functions, then read on because the new Service Pack 2 for XP will affect you.
July 9, 2004
7: new post   Will XHTML Ever Come of Age?
Dead protocol walking or the future?
Sept 4, 2002
8: new post   Why most of us should NOT use xhtml
"Ian Hickson, an invited expert in the W3C CSS Working Group, explains why XHTML should not be sent as text/html"
Apr 2, 2006
9: new post   Why Use H5 Tags Before The H1
"WebmasterWorld Members discuss the acceptability and alternatives."
Aug 13, 2008
10: new post   White Backgrounds Everywhere
Love 'em or hate 'em white backgrounds rule the day.
Feb 3, 2003
11: new post   Which browsers should I use to test my pages?
"Which browsers should I use to test my Web pages?"
Mar 13, 2006
12: 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."
June 11, 2002
13: new post   When Best to Use CSS or HTML
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the use of CSS and HTML as control options, and where one may be better than another.
Aug 13, 2012
14: new post   What is "hasLayout" in the IE Browsers?
Are you faced with a layout bug in a legacy version of Internet Explorer? Learn about this common approach that fixes many of them.
June 16, 2009
15: new post   What do you want to see in HTML 5?
HTML 5 could represent a revolution, where advanced controls and complex forms will become extremely useful tools. But as the specification is very much a work in progress, why not have your say?
Apr 6, 2006
16: new post   What To Do With Essential Large Images?
What to do when images are huge and also essential for the site?
Jan 15, 2003
17: 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 ?
July 3, 2002
18: new post   Websites Take Teamwork
"If you have several specialists collaborating on the project, you either need someone to keep an eye on the overall picture, or need a team that understands that they need to work together to produce the website."
May 8, 2002
19: new post   Webmaster Guide To Cross Browser Support
"WebmasterWorld Members discuss cross browser support, and help decide which browsers and formats are needed for compatibility."
Mar 26, 2010
20: new post   Web Upgrade HTML 5 May Weaken Privacy
"Because of that process, advertisers and others could, experts say, see weeks or even months of personal data. That could include a user's location, time zone, photographs, text from blogs, shopping cart contents, e-mails and a history of the Web pages visited."
Oct 11, 2010
21: new post   Web Page Design Priorities: Purpose vs. Presentation?
Coding and the target audience.
Aug 6, 2002
22: new post   Web Page Date Formats
A general survey on date format usage.
July 12, 2002
23: new post   Web Open Font Format (WOFF) Support From Mozilla, Opera and Microsoft
"The WOFF font format was designed to provide lightweight, easy-to-implement compression of the font data, suitable for use in conjunction with the @font-face CSS declaration."
Apr 27, 2010
24: new post   Warning: Deprecated HTML Tags and Attributes
An important list of elements no longer supported in strict HTML 4.0 and XHTML
Apr 8, 2002
25: new post   W3C says: Hold HTML5 Deployment in Websites
There is already a lot of excitement for HTML5, but it's a little too early to deploy it because we're running into interoperability issues.
Oct 7, 2010
26: new post   W3C adopts HTML 5
"The W3C will develop and release a new version of HTML which will be called HTML 5."
May 10, 2007
27: new post   W3C Standards
Nov 1, 2003
28: new post   W3C Sets New Version of HTML in Motion
"W3C has announced the formation of a Working Group of content designers and browser and application developers to put together a specification for a new version of HTML."
Mar 8, 2007
29: new post   W3C Publishes Plan For HTML 5.0 In 2014 and 5.1 in 2016
Recognizing the pressures to ship a REC sooner -- possibly with less functionality -- than later, we are proposing a plan for taking a stable HTML5.0 specification to W3C Recommendation by the end of 2014, as well as a plan for taking an HTML 5.1 specification to W3C Recommendation by the end of 2016.
Sept 21, 2012
30: new post   W3C Abandons XHTML2, Increases Resources for HTML5
July 2, 2009
31: 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.
June 26, 2002
32: new post   Visitor Complaints About Pop-ups. Really?
"We use a few different methods to open new windows to display dynamically generated PDF's - target="_blank" and window.open - and got a message from a user that stated he refuses to 'cripple' his computer to allow popups from our site."
Dec 2, 2008
33: 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.
June 19, 2002
34: new post   Using the HTML 4 Acronym Tag
"I deal with a large portion of industrial type web sites and there are a lot of acronyms flying around. I was looking for a way to assist accessibility users with determining what the acronym stood for."
May 24, 2003
35: new post   Usability - Redundancy is a Big Factor
Old school advertisers know that the audience has to see the message three times to remember it - same is true on the web. Old school advertisers know that the audience has to see the message three times to remember it - same is true on the web. Old school advertisers know that the audience has to see the message three times to remember it - same is true on the web.
Feb 6, 2003
36: new post   Up to 5 Patches Out for IE and Windows
Microsoft issues five updates to Windows components, IE, and Outlook to address up to 9 new problems found yesterday.
July 13, 2004
37: new post   Understanding Fundamental HTML References
Elements, Attributes, Values, and other goodies - knowing exactly what these terms mean helps us in mastering the markup language.
Dec 25, 2005
38: new post   USAToday: FireFox Burning Brightly
"People can replace nearly all the major programs on a Windows PC with "safer, less expensive open-source alternatives..."
Feb 4, 2005
39: new post   US Copyright Office Website Considers Requiring Internet Explorer
The US Copyright Office is considering whether to require IE for online pre-registration of a work.
Aug 9, 2005
40: new post   Top sites don't validate
We expose a group of red faced top html developers. Why won't they take the time to validate their code?
Oct 24, 2001
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