The second edition of HTML5 of Web Designers
So many standards to choose from.
First impressions of Google’s RSS killer …no wait, they already killed RSS.
Day forty two.
Linting for BEM.
Day twenty five.
Extending the wheel, instead of reinventing it.
Choosing the right HTML elements: why bother?
Committing CSS heresy for more maintainable markup.
Brainstorming a markup pattern.
The simplicity of HTML.
The front-end style guide for Code for America.
Semantics and such.
Delving into old-fashioned parsing rules.
Getting consistent browser behaviour for the placeholder attribute.
Sharing a pattern that didn’t quite work.
The only correct coding style is the one everyone is agreeing to use.
When it’s a void.
An email to the HTML working group.
You can quote me on this markup pattern.
Something is happening.
Keep them updates scrollin’.
Hammering out the issues around standardising responsive images.
Archiving a special mention by the greatest archivist of them all.
Progressively enhancing form fields.
A little script to automatically generate a document of markup patterns.
Agreeing and disagreeing with Divya.
Who knows where the time element goes?
The website of the book.
Oli Studholme argues for a change in the HTML5 spec …with science!
Back in Chicago.
A short Q&A for a magazine.
HTML, with or without the 5, emerges stronger than ever after the confusion of the past few days.
Some links from ‘round the web on HTML5, HTML5, and also, HTML5.
HTML5 is dead, long live HTML.
The W3C embark on a mission to confuse and befuddle.
Have your combo-box cake and eat your select fallback too.
Extending the semantics of HTML5 documents with some accessibility hooks.
My name is Jeremy and I am a URL fetishist.
My project at Science Hack Day San Francisco
From the lowlands of Holland to the coast of California.
The new Salter Cane album is available for your listening pleasure.
Keynoting at Drupalcon.
A spec by any other name would smell as sweet.
A-wwilfing we will go…
That “new book” smell.
Friday on my mind.
HTML5 and Flash, sitting in a tree.
A bit of HTML5 and a slap of CSS3 …for science!
It’s big. It’s on the web. It’s a show. It’s The Big Web Show.
Betting on HTML.
I’ve only gone and written another bloody book.
Read what Ben Ward has written.
Once again, the data shows confusion between sections and articles in HTML5.
Join me at one of these locations.
Behind the scenes of the latest Clearleft site.
Quit yer bitchin’
All I want for Christmas is a lint tool.
Listen to me natter on about HTML5.
The HTML5 spec has been updated again.
Tabulating the results from a workshop.
A dConstruct workshop reveals some issues with the HTML5 spec.
My petitions to the makers of markup.
Inside the troubled mind of HTML5.
The death of XHTML has been greatly exaggerated.
rev=”canonical” has a posse.
HTML5 and ARIA: not so different after all.
All the cool kids are doing it.
Safari is being a bit too clever with the audio element from HTML5.
I maded you a website.
Where the 80/20 principle breaks down.
Isn’t it high time we started using CSS to its fullest?
Brighton misses Joe Clark.