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January 2010

iPad : un évangéliste ne surpasse pas Moise ...

by sammyfisherjr
L'Ipad, ou le jour où Apple à lâché les geeks...

December 2009

November 2009


by piouPiouM & 3 others
Browserscope is a community-driven project for profiling web browsers. The goals are to foster innovation by tracking browser functionality and to be a resource for web developers.

October 2009

Email Standards Project

by ycc2106 & 22 others
Our mission is to drive the use and support of web standards in email, working with email client developers to ensure that emails render consistently. This is a community effort to improve the email experience for designers and readers, and we’d love your help.

The importance of placement of HTML elements in a document « Marco’s accessibility blog

by Monique
when you design dynamic content, write an accordeon widget or the like, please please please always take the time to chose an appropriate div element in the vicinity of where the user is, and add or remove the dynamic content there instead of taking the maybe easier, but far less intuitive, route to simply dump to the end of the document node’s children and then use some weird styling to craft it visually

In Case You Forgot: IE6 Still Holds 25% of the Browser Market

by srcmax, 1 comment

All of this makes it easy to forget what browser is still dominating the market. According to Net Application’s Market Share data, that browser is Internet Explorer 6 (Internet Explorer 6.0), released in August 2001.

September 2009

RSS Best Practices Profile

by ycc2106 & 3 others
This profile contains a set of recommendations for Really Simple Syndication, a web syndication format documented in RSS 2.0 (revision 2.0.10). This is version 1.0 of this document, published Oct. 15, 2007. The current version will always be available at this link. Public comments are welcomed at RSS-Public.

Useful URLs

by Monique
Useful URLs is a guide to URL design. It contains recommendations of best practice, along with explanations of the issues involved.

Baseline - a designer framework by

by Spone & 11 others
Built with typographic standards in mind, Baseline makes it easy to develop a website with a pleasing grid and good typography. Baseline starts with several files to reset the browser’s default behavior, build a basic typographic layout — including style for HTML forms and new HTML 5 elements — and build a simple grid system. Baseline was born to be a quick way to prototype a website and grew up to become a full typographic framework for the web using “real” baseline grid as it’s foundation.

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