Blog posts tagged with...Web Standards

WCAG Samurai

Last year Joe Clark published the now infamous article "To hell with WCAG 2.0" on A List Apart.

Michael Walsh by Michael Walsh

Plain Old Semantic HTML (POSH)

Web design must be pretty high up the leader board in terms of the industry with the most acronyms and abbreviations.

Michael Walsh by Michael Walsh

Flash image replacement

sIFR or Scalable Inman Flash Replacement is a web design technique used on the Enovate Design website to provide the green headings at the top of each page.

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.