Category Archives: Best Practices
Safari and Safari for the iPhone support all HTML elements, including deprecated elements and even some proprietary elements that were never part of any W3C specifications. In addtion, Safari is supporting some HTML5 elements, even though the HTML5 specifications have … Continue reading
Moving from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0: Skills you need to know to stay relevant. Moving from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0View more from estellevw. Here is the audio.
I developed this “Website Development Questionnaire” in 2002. It is old, but it still serves me well, so I thought I would share. I don’t actually add the bold or italic sections below. Those were added here to help you … Continue reading
Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are now supporting the canonical meta tag as the standard for identifying the actual source of your content: the real URL that you want to recieve page rank for your key terms. Many sites have the … Continue reading
Valid CSS filter targeting Google Chrome and Safari 4 To target only webkit, which includes Google and Safari, encompass all the CSS that you want to use just to target Webkit in the following @media block: @media screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio:0) … Continue reading
Semantic CSS Image Replacement Yes, "YAIRM" ("Yet Another Image Replacement Method") is a crappy acronym. Anyhow…. There have been several image replacement suggestions made over the past 5 years. Semantically, some just don’t make sense. Of course, the accessibility of … Continue reading
The "WHY" of Favicons Favicons ARE an integral part of your website and branding. Favicons are the single most important graphic appearing on a website. While that sounds like a strong statement, it’s true. Favicons are the least expensive and … Continue reading