February 21, 2006

Browser Strategies

Posted in browser, writing at 8:04 pm by Jim Mangan

Friendly Bit » Cross-browser strategies for CSS

This article goes through techniques to get web sites to look the same in several modern browsers.

February 20, 2006

New Playground

Posted in browser, writing at 12:50 am by Jim Mangan

Really Simple Syndication – RSS Playground

Use this form to create a sample RSS document that can be tested against the Feed Validator. The default values are taken from an RSS 2.0 example document that should be valid.

February 5, 2006

New blog feed button

Posted in writing at 12:06 am by Jim Mangan

Adam Kalsey – Universal feed icon blog button

Adam Kalsey created an 80×15 blog button that uses the new universal feed icon.

New blog feed button

Posted in writing at 12:06 am by Jim Mangan

Adam Kalsey – Universal feed icon blog button

Adam Kalsey created an 80×15 blog button that uses the new universal feed icon.

February 4, 2006

Interesting Blog

Posted in writing at 12:54 am by Jim Mangan

alt tags

January 24, 2006

Bloggies – Weblog Awards

Posted in writing at 3:13 am by Jim Mangan

Fairvue Central – Bloggies – Sixth Annual Weblog Awards

It’s now the sixth year of the world’s most established weblog awards, the Bloggies™.

January 17, 2006

Accessibility

Posted in writing at 9:49 pm by Jim Mangan

The Accessibility Hat Trick: Getting Abbreviations Right

AAA-level compliance is the ideal of accessibility, the bonus-round of accessible design: AAA-level compliant pages meet the needs of every group of users.

January 9, 2006

Failures

Posted in writing at 6:03 pm by Jim Mangan

Le « blog personnel » de Joe Clark » Failed Redesigns

Joe Clark – A failed redesign is a Web page created from scratch, or substantially updated, during the era of Web standards that nonetheless ignores or misuses those standards.

January 1, 2006

Thanks to 456 Berea Street

Posted in design, events, writing at 10:02 pm by Jim Mangan

456 Berea Street on top of Lists

December 31, 2005

Local Links

Posted in browser, writing at 12:31 am by Jim Mangan

Links on the Semantic Web

timbl: On the web of [x]HTML documents, the links are critical. Links are references to ‘anchors’ in other documents, and they use URIs which are formed by taking the URI of the document and adding a # sign and the local name of the anchor. This way, local anchors get a global name.

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