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2012

Hands free browsing – an interview with Kim Patch | » Henny Swan's blog

by Monique

I first got to know Kim Patch when we worked together on the W3C User Agent Accessibility Working Group. As a resident of the Web since it’s inception and a long term voice input / non mouse user I was always fascinated to hear what she had to say about making web content, and how a browser interprets that content, accessible.

CSS Properties Index · Jens O. Meiert

by Monique & 3 others (via)
Toutes les propriétés CSS (1, 2 et 3) avec leur valeur initiale associée

HTML5: Techniques for providing useful text alternatives: developer edition

by Monique

This document contains author conformance requirements for use of the alt attribute in HTML5 and best practice guidance for authors of HTML documents on providing text alternatives for images.

This specification is an extension to the HTML5 specification [HTML5]. All normative content in the HTML5 specification, unless specifically overridden by this specification, is intended to be the basis for this specification.

The top 8 web standards myths debunked | Feature | .net magazine

by Monique

Lea Verou takes a look at some of the misconceptions of web standards, what the W3C and its working groups actually do and how the standardisation process works

2011

How design could save the W3C — an article by Ben Schwarz

by Monique

While preparing my HTML workshop, I’ve been re-reading W3C specs in far further detail than I ever would’ve imagined. The reading experience is far from delightful. Not only is the text the entire browser width in measure, but it’s dense and laborious to read. No wonder browser vendors have traditionally missed subtle details.

2010

IE 9 does not resize text sized in pixels | 456 Berea Street

by Monique
It would be great if IE behaved the same way as other browsers.

XHTML Flavors comparisons

by Monique
This table compares the elements and attributes present in various mobile flavors of XHTML with the ones in XHTML 1.0 strict.

Problems with Using Website Validation Services

by Monique
This article aims to underpin the inherent issues of validating your websites through automated web services/tools and how using these tools to meet certain requirements can miss the point entirely.

2008

Unequal citizens

by Monique & 1 other
Most websites in India are still not disabled-friendly even though the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has come out with guidelines on the subject.

HTML: The Markup Language

by Monique & 1 other
W3C Editor's Draft 20 November 2008

2007

A CSS standard for HTML rendering

by Monique & 6 others
Tripoli is a generic CSS standard for HTML rendering. By resetting and rebuilding browser standards, Tripoli forms a stable, cross-browser rendering foundation for your web projects.

Debug Styles in Style

by Monique
CSSEdit's built-in validation makes writing W3C-approved CSS a one click process. There's no need to browse through clunky web forms. - MacRabbit - CSSEdit

2006

XHTML 2.0 versus HTML 5 (webapps 1.0)

by Monique & 1 other (via)
XHTML 2.0 is simpler than HTML 4.01 and HTML 5 (web Apps) by REDUCING the number of elements. Very interesting stastistics which is closer of the motto of the microformats.

Content-Type is dead - Hixie

by Monique & 4 others (via)
Discussion et tests sur le content-type HTTP, trop souvent ignoré par les clients Web

Clearance

by Monique & 2 others (via)
Blocs flottants, clear, overflow et scrollbars

Simple Clearing of Floats

by Monique & 2 others (via)
Blocs flottants, clear et overflow

March to Your Own Standard

by Monique
Un code valide ou pas ? pourquoi ? (Mike Davidson)

BrainJar.com: CSS Positioning

by Monique & 7 others (via)
"To use CSS for layout effectively, it helps to know how it's used to position page content."

Tag Soup: Crazy parsing adventures

by Monique
how browsers parsed HTML (Hixie's Natural Log)

WYM editor : an Open Source alternative to XStandard - standards-compliant XHTML WYSIWYM editor - Home

by Monique & 1 other (via)
WYM editor is a web-based WYSIWYM editor (What You See Is What You Mean). Projet Open Source, actuellement compatible IE (appel à contributeurs pour la compatibilité Mozilla/Firefox)

Simple, accessible external links

by Monique & 6 others (via)
Comment signaler très simplement un lien externe

2005

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