We are constantly working towards the highest level of compliance possible.
Blogs are a great way to monitor and even participate in the chatter about your new site.
We fully expect our competitors to join us in embracing open standards with their next redesigns.
Writing old school HTML code was never very much fun but now it's getting downright tedious for most people.
For most of the '90s and the first part of this decade, content providers who wanted to publish online only needed to worry about the graphical web browser.
I vertically center things in tables a lot, and the fact that there is no way to control vertical positioning in divs affects the way we do things across the board.
I don't start with a design objective, I start with a communication objective. I feel my project is successful if it communicates what it is supposed to communicate.
We found a way to make things look great to the human eye through the window of a graphical web browser without worrying about what everything looked like under the hood.
It's all about people. It's about networking and being nice to people and not burning any bridges. Your book is going to impress, but in the end it is people that are going to hire you.
We reduced the size of our front page code by about 50%, and by using absolute positioning, we are able to display important parts of the page before other parts may have fully loaded yet.