Blog posts tagged with...Web Standards

Preparing for HTTP2

HTTP/1's Cure is HTTP/2's Poison, the front-end performance techniques developed for HTTP/1 can hinder performance over HTTP/2.

Michael Walsh by Michael Walsh

Structured Data using RDFa Lite

Using RDFa Lite we can make the content of our HTML pages accessible to machines, allowing Google Search (amongst others) to extract more data from our websites for display in their search rankings.

Michael Walsh by Michael Walsh


HTML 5 is a new version of HyperText Markup Language, the language or code us web designers use to create web pages.

Michael Walsh by Michael Walsh

The Advantages of HTML 5

Why should web designers start looking at HTML 5 and what are the advantages it can bring to our work?

Michael Walsh by Michael Walsh

Web standards are formal, non-proprietary standards, defined by organisations such as the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that define best practices for implementing languages such as HTML, JavaScript, CSS, SVG, XML, RDF, etc. "Web standards" is also often used to refer to the trend of endorsing a set of standardised best practices for building websites and a philosophy of website design and development that includes those methods.