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PUBLIC MARKS from nhoizey with tag dev

December 2010

Data Tables and Cascading Style Sheets Gallery

The CSS Table Gallery is a showcase of how CSS and data tables can work together to create usable and pretty results.

h5o - Project Hosting on Google Code

"The current (Nov, 2009) HTML5 draft defines quite a precise algorithm, for producing an outline for HTML documents. h5o is an implementation of the algorithm in JavaScript."

Adobe Marketplace - Offering Detail

Contrast-A allows users to interact with a 3-dimensional RGB color space, experiment with color combinations, check the contrast according to both WCAG 2.0 and 1.0 and see the results for different types of color deficiency.

Contrast-A: Find Accessible Color Combinations

The application allows users to experiment with color combinations, examine them under the aspect of accessibility guidelines and to create custom color palettes.

November 2010

De l'OpenData au LinkedData : exemple de

"La libération des données est bénéfique pour tous, autant d'un point de vue financier que social. La France est en train de louper ce train de l'innovation, ne la laissons pas détruire les gares en plus."

CSS Compatibility and Internet Explorer

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Détail des éléments CSS supportés par chaque version de IE

October 2010


"This is a pure-JavaScript library that detects whether Flash is blocked on the current page due to a Flash blocking extension."

September 2010

Let's make the web faster - Google Code

"Here are some statistics about the size, number of resources and other such metrics of pages on the world wide web. These are collected from a sample of several billions of pages that are processed as part of Google's crawl and indexing pipeline."

DOS on Dope: The last MVC web framework you'll ever need

"If you can't trust public visitors from the internet, who can you trust? Executing user input as commands inside the operating system is the most direct way to get things done, and that's what matters most. Isn't it?"

Opera's Developer Relations Team - There's more to mobile than media queries

Designing for low spec, slow connection speed devices and then progressively enhancing, although not a silver bullet, seems to be the best foundation for a maintainable, accessible and future-proof site.