Tag: markup

holmes.css – CSS Markup Detective

holmes.css – CSS Markup Detective. This is neat. Holmes is The CSS Markup Detective: Holmes is stand-alone diagnostic CSS stylesheet that can highlight potentially invalid, inaccessible or erroneous HTML(5) markup by adding one class. I like this because it’s in a way passive, but really useful. When I was really getting into Web Standards, I […]

Posted: April 27, 2011

Improving Your Process: Establishing Style Guides

I’m becoming increasingly comfortable with the idea that at least some form of style guide, whether on a team or individually, is an extremely important part of the process. It helps with everything from readability to quality control and especially helps a team become that much more cohesive.

Posted: March 29, 2010

Current Events: The Official End to XHTML

XHTML 2 has been officially dropped in favor of HTML 5. Find out what that means to you.

Posted: July 06, 2009

Siding with HTML over XHTML, My Decision to Switch

The HTML vs. XHTML debate has been long standing. I recently made the decision to switch from XHTML to HTML, here’s why.

Posted: June 30, 2008

Validation Zealotry and Markup Exploitation

There were a couple of posts published within the past week which struck me as quite interesting. The first, published by Jeff Croft is an opinion piece regarding standardistas who feel the need to denounce invalid markup as an inferior product. The next, by Mike Cherim is based upon his fear that a listitis plague may be upon us.

Posted: February 25, 2008