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Mythbusting: Why Firefox 4 won’t score 100 on Acid3 — Alexander Limi. Acid3 made waves back when being a standardisa often meant being a bit (too) zealous about validation and the like. It was often used as a solid benchmark for browser compliance, and many times I’ll still see references to a browser’s Acid3 score […]
W3C HTML5 Logo. I woke up today to check out the W3C-sponsored HTML5 logo. It’s more-or-less a marketing campaign to spread awareness about HTML5. There are lots of opinions flying around about the design of the logo itself, but I’d like to skip that in favor of talking about the premise. I’m all for spreading the […]
Although things have been quiet so far this year, I still plan on taking part in CSS Naked Day in 2010. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept, CSS Naked Day is: Where did my Design go? The idea behind this event is to promote Web Standards. Plain and simple. This includes proper use of (x)html, […]
Information on the 3rd Annual International Blue Beanie Day in Support of Web Standards
XHTML 2 has been officially dropped in favor of HTML 5. Find out what that means to you.
John Resig recently posted a bit on progressive CSS enhancement, which got me thinking a bit more about a post I wrote some time ago.
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.
Web Standards Creativity is a great book put together by 10 of the most known Web designers and developers in the industry.