View the finished example: Adding style to your rel link. There’s a little attribute in HTML links that is starting to get a bit of attention lately. The “rel” attribute is a sparsely defined attribute that applies some meta information about a link’s relationship to other documents. Unfortunately, this information is usually hidden from your […]
Attribute Selector Test Page We have avoided using CSS3 rules for too long. It’s been difficult to justify using rules that won’t work for a significant portion of our audience, Internet Explorer 7 and below. However, Internet Explorer 8 is coming out soon and does work with the features we like. I think it’s fairly […]
XHTML2 has been discussed for several years. It’s a logical evolution of HTML and XHTML. It introduces new tags that offer more flexibility and semantic value. So, what does it look like? Explorin Lauren has put together a sample page and it looks pretty simple. XHTML2 introduces a new list item, the NL or Navigation […]
@media and the WCAG2 I was waiting for the WCAG2 smack down at this week’s @media conference in London. The stage was set for some serious smack talk and WWF style-insults. Heck, Joe Clark was even mentioned at least a half dozen times. But a surprising thing happened on stage. The presenters, Gez Lemon, Patrick […]
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