A fascinating examination by Hixie of web technologies that may have technically been “better” than HTML, but still found themselves subsumed into the simpler, more straightforward, good ol’ hypertext markup language.
The follow-on comments are definitely worth a read too.
A first bash at describing how to write (X)HTML5 documents that can be parsed as XML as well as HTML.
My words have been given new life in comic form thanks to the very talented Brad Colbow.
I think Gareth is reading my mind. Get out my mind, Gareth!
It looks like XHTML2 is going to get mothballed at the end of this year.
Steven Pemberton, one of my favourite long-term thinkers, talks about programming, markup and XForms.
A handy little tool to turn video embedding markup into valid XHTML.
An excellent passionate call to action by Eric explaining why the href attribute should be freed from the shackles of the anchor element.
For those times when you need to validate your markup but you don't have a 'net connection.
I was feeling very browbeaten after Molly's tirade but count on Jeffrey to put things in perspective.
Useful markup statistics from Google, complete with snotty commentary.
You can skin Adium using just XHTML and CSS. Who knew?
Keep this one handy in case you have to use conditional comments to hide something from Internet Explorer.
This is something I always meant to do but never got around to: a gallery site for good liquid design.
There's a new microformat on the block.
The DOM support looks great.
Rejoice! Rob has redesigned and it's a thing of beauty, semantically and visually.