Xhtml tagged articles
Navigating through the vagarities of legacy code
Legacy code. The mere words strike fear into the most hardened web developer, and with good reason - out of date, poorly factored code that's been left untouched for years is a nightmare to work with. [read more...]
Rules are supposed to be broken...
W3C. Valid XHTML. Valid CSS2. Ring any bells? If youíre learning web design, or even if you have a passing interest, then some standards evangelist has probably told you how everything should be marked up semantically and to current standard definitions set by arbitrary organisations. Itís just the way things should be done. But hereís what they donít let on Ė standards donít really matter at all. [read more...]