Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Continuing Task of Website Accessibility

I try to think about Accessibility as much as possible.  Okay, not just “think about” it, but actually “be conscious” of it, as in “actually implement” it, as much as I know how. So, sitting in an Accessibility session at … Continue reading

Cross-browser “compatibility” vs. Cross-browser “consistency”

So, this is a old topic, right?  Every developer knows that every single page has to looks exactly the same in every single browser known to mankind, right?  Or does it? This is something I’ve been finding more and more … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Use stored underground wind to replace coal?  Or attach a kite to boat for electricity? The idea that designers should know how to code is a hot topic lately.  The next time you have a few hours to read a … Continue reading

CSS3Please: The CSS3 Generator (Paul Irish, You Are a MAD Man)

Hate having to remember and then write something like this every time you want rounded corners? .box_round { -moz-border-radius: 8px; -webkit-border-radius: 8px; border-radius: 8px; } Well, in conjunction with Jonathan Neal, Paul Irish announces CSS3Please! The Cross-Browser CSS3 Rule Generator. … Continue reading

HTML5 Brings Back Some Old Friends: b and i tags

Though never truly deprecated, the <b> and <i> tags have been given a rather bad name.  With XHTML and rise of semantic HTML / standards, many felt as if they were deprecated, replacing them with <strong> and <em> as fast … Continue reading