April 5th, 2008 is Bette Davis’ 100th birthday and it is also the third annual CSS Naked Day. If you are viewing this on April 5th then you will see no styling. Any other day it will look normal. A properly written web page should fail gracefully and still be useable by browsers that do […]
April 5th, 2006 is the first annual CSS Naked Day. If you are viewing this on April 5th then you will see no styling. Any other day it will look normal. A properly written web page should fail gracefully and still be useable by browsers that do not understand CSS. It is the web standards […]
Today day my Mom gave me a nice present. She let me upgrade her iMac from OS 9 (with IE/Mac as her default browser) to OS X (with Safari). Mom and change do not go together very well but she took to OS X quite well. That 400MHz G3 was partying like it was 1999. […]
Like many I have grown weary of the constant updates and security holes in phpBB and having to constantly hack the templates to make them comply with W3 standards, I decided to give Simple Machines a try. I like it. I like it enough to replace the forum I have on this site. This forum […]
Get your copy of Internet Explorer 7: Beta 2. You can check out all the new bugsfeatures and then learn how to uninstall it. 😆 Make sure you leave Microsoft some feedback at their discussion group. Hopefully, we won’t need to design a new series of hacks and fixes for this new browser. Maybe M$ […]
Microsoft has finally released us from the torture that is IE/Mac. In June 2003 the MS Mac Business Unit stopped development on Internet Explorer for Mac. MS ended support for the application on the last day of 2005 and will no longer offer it for download as of 31Jan06. From Microsoft.com: It is recommended that […]
It seems today that I was given the distinct honor of being named one of the New Guru’s for css creator. I am humbled and grateful and I suppose now I am actually going to have to learn what this CSS thing really is. 😆 Thanks to Tony for the finest learning forum online! I’ve […]
I could give you all the arguments on why you should code your pages according to the current standard. I could tell you that if you are not turning out valid and semantic code that you are unprofessional and that you shouldn’t quit your day job. I could explain the purpose of separating markup from […]
Only one thing annoys me more than uncompressed images and that’s SPAM!
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The code that Flash outputs is not standards compliant and embed tags do not validate because they are not part of the XHTML standard.