January 2009

The Two Great Things About Validation (and Conformance)

There are two great things about validation: Validating helps technical understanding and thus contributes to awareness of respective specifications, and writing valid code is a sign of professionalism.

Published on January 30, 2009, filed under .

Browser Support: The Two Metrics That Count

There are only two things that matter to determine what user agents—or browsers, simple language—to support on any given site: First, how popular is the user agent in question? Second, what’s the “support threshold”…

Published on January 27, 2009, filed under .

5 Cool Ways to Support the W3C

I recently got a mail by someone interested in supporting the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) similar to how I do it. While replying I noticed that the information I was about to share might not be obvious to everyone, but still important…

Published on January 21, 2009, filed under .

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