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November 2006

Amberjack: Site Tour Creator - Simple. Free. Open Source.

by 28 others
Amberjack is a lightweight Open Source library, enabling webmasters to create cool site tours. By guiding your site visitors, Amberjack tours can greatly improve the usability of your website. The Amberjack JavaScript library is lightweight (~4K), stable, LGPL licensed, browser compatible, set up in 2 minutes & super-easy to customize. Best of all, nothing must be installed or learned. Use the Tour Wizard to create great looking and helpful tours for your site or intranet application.

October 2006


by 4 others
OpenSearch is a collection of simple formats for the sharing of search results. The OpenSearch description document format can be used to describe a search engine so that it can be used by search client applications. The OpenSearch response elements can be used to extend existing syndication formats, such as RSS and Atom, with the extra metadata needed to return search results.


Je suis l'auteur du noyau générique webAppKit, et du quizz en ligne collaboratif quizzGeek. Chacun de ces deux projets a déjà son propre blog, donc je parlerai surtout ici de choses plus générales, dont quelques librairies génériques sur lesquelles ils s'appuient; et que j'ai également la plupart du temps commises.

June 2006 > OpenSearch

by 9 others (via)
OpenSearch is a set of simple formats for the sharing of search results. Any website that has a search feature can make their results available in OpenSearch™ format. Other tools can then read those search results. For example, here is an aggregator that brings together search results from many websites:

January 2006

The future of HTML, Part 2: XHTML 2.0

In this article, I'll examine the work of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in creating the next-generation version of their XHTML specification, and also their response to the demand for "rich client" behavior exemplified by Ajax applications.

ongoing · Don’t Invent XML Languages

by 4 others
Here’s a radical idea: don’t even think of making your own language until you’re sure that you can’t do the job using one of the Big Five: XHTML, DocBook, ODF, UBL, and Atom.

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Annotating images with CSS

by 10 others
some techniques to display annotations on images using only xhtml and css.

Xhtml2pdf - Xhtml2pdf Homepage

by 15 others
Xhtml2pdf est une classe PHP, libre et gratuite (sous license GPL) permettant de transformer des documents xhtml en PDF. Xhtml2pdf est basée sur l'excellente classe d'Olivier PLATHEY, FPDF. - Métadonnées et Dublin Core

by 6 others
Les métadonnées du Dublin Core permettent de donner des informations à propos de pages Web. Dans cet article, nous voyons la forme de ces descriptions, ainsi que la façon de les intégrer dans des pages Web.

Simon Willison: getElementsBySelector()

by 2 others (via)
Inspired by Andy, I decided to have a crack at something I've been thinking about trying for a long time. document.getElementsBySelector is a javascript function which takes a standard CSS style selector and returns an array of elements objects from the document that match that selector.

The Community Engine Blog: xFolk Entry 0.4 — Microformat for decentralized tagging

by 9 others
xFolk Entry 0.4 is a new iteration of the xFolk microformat that is extremely easy to implement. It enables the publication of tagged bookmarks so that they can be harvested on the web and aggregated into folksonomies. As such, xFolk eliminates the need to rely on centralized data repositories to create folksonomies.

May 2005

[uZine 3] Le HTML dans le potage

by 6 others
Commençons par un constat : un petit tour sur le site Cool Homepages, qui sélectionne depuis des années des sites selon la beauté et l’originalité de leur graphisme et/ou de leur navigation (cela étant évidemment subjectif), devrait terrifier les amateurs de standards ouverts : quasiment tous les sites sélectionnés sont désormais réalisés en Flash

Content with Style: A CSS Framework

by 20 others
a CSS framework, allowing rapid development of sites with pre-written and tested components. All that's really required to produce this is a set of naming conventions and a flexible base template...

More About Custom DTDs: A List Apart

by 1 other
why making a custom DTD for the sole purpose of validation is a mistake, and in which cases it does make sense to create and use one. For these cases, this article will also present techniques for creating clean custom DTDs and avoiding hacks.

Daring Fireball: Markdown

by 15 others
Markdown is a text-to-HTML conversion tool for web writers. Markdown allows you to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, then convert it to structurally valid XHTML (or HTML).

Jesse Ruderman » Valid XHTML user script

by 2 others
The Valid XHTML user script is an adaptation of the blogidate XML well-formedness bookmarklet. It shows a line of text under each textarea indicating whether the text is well-formed XHTML.


by 4 others
domCollapse allows you to collapse and expand parts of page by clicking other parts of a page. To identify a trigger element, you add the class "trigger" to it as an attribute. This will automatically collapse the next following element in the document tree.

Showing and Hiding a DIV using CSS and Javascript

by 8 others
There are many situations encountered when designing a webpage where showing and hiding a div using a link is useful.