A brief history of the World Wide Web by web developers
The web is a tiny pony.
The web is a tiny pony.
How do you solve a problem like Safari?
First impressions of Google’s RSS killer …no wait, they already killed RSS.
Long-term thinking for digital storage.
A difference of opinion regarding what the core features of custom elements should be.
Extending the wheel, instead of reinventing it.
Here’s to the next twenty years.
Hopes and fears.
Fighting for the web.
Thoughts prompted by the Edge Conference in London.
The web is not a platform.
The simplicity of HTML.
A meet’n’greet with the W3C’s Technical Architecture Group.
A tricksy browser issue raises a dark spectre from the past.
Semantics and such.
Delving into old-fashioned parsing rules.
That’s 300 milliseconds of my life that I’m never getting back.
Getting consistent browser behaviour for the placeholder attribute.
When it’s a void.
An email to the HTML working group.
You can quote me on this markup pattern.
What’s the first thing you do?
Something is happening.
All of this has happened before. All of this will happen again.
Hammering out the issues around standardising responsive images.
I, for one, welcome our new sharing and caring overlords of markup and CSS.
Talking to the browser makers about vendor prefixes.
Hyperlinks relating to CSS vendor prefixes.
Agreeing and disagreeing with Divya.
Who knows where the time element goes?
Putting content first by combining responsive design with the CSS3 flexible box layout module.
Oli Studholme argues for a change in the HTML5 spec …with science!
SxSW is Soylent Green.
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.
A spec by any other name would smell as sweet.
Betting on HTML.
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.
Quit yer bitchin’
All I want for Christmas is a lint tool.
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.
Opening up Bamboo Juice 2009.
I have good cause to celebrate in Las Vegas and Austin.
Version targeting again. And again. And again.
The default behaviour of Internet Explorer’s new version switching is still very, very wrong.
The default behaviour of Internet Explorer’s new version switching is very, very wrong.
Smashing the CSS clock.
Balancing my time between activism and just being me makes me a complacent zealot.
Hypertext footnotes from my appearances at the Web 2.0 Expo.
Isn’t it high time we started using CSS to its fullest?