Resources: Web Standards, CSS, & Accessibility
- Acid2: Putting Browser Makers on Notice
updated on April 28, 2005 10:14:01
WaSP is putting the makers of web browsers and web design tools on notice by announcing Acid2, a test designed to expose flaws in the implementation of mature Web standards such as HTML, CSS, and PNG.
Safari is the first browser to pass this test as shown by postings from Apple developer, Dave Hyatt.
- Holy CSS Zeldman! CSS, Accessibility and Standards
updated on March 20, 2005 22:54:04
Andrew Fernandez maintains this very up-to-date comprehensive list of all types of CSS Resources at this link. Be sure to check it out.
- Eric Meyer: CSS
updated on March 20, 2005 23:07:52
Eric A. Meyer the self-proclaimed Standards Evangelist shows you neat things you can do with CSS1 and CSS2.1.
Not all these tricks will work in IE but Meyer is all too aware. He tells you which tricks work in IE and which don’t. Most of the really neat tricks require a standards-compliant browser of course.
- Position Is Everthing
updated on March 20, 2005 23:10:07
Big John and Holly Bergevin maintain this vast resource on common CSS bugs in modern browsers. Learn how to make your code standards compliant and have it work in non-compliant browsers like IE as well.
- A List Apart
updated on March 22, 2005 16:15:41
A List Apart Magazine (ISSN: 1534-0295) explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on techniques and benefits of designing with web standards.
- css Zen Garden: The Beauty in CSS Design
updated on March 20, 2005 23:25:03
This all started when Dave Shea posted this site with a mission. A showcase of what can be achieved with a firm knowledge of CSS. The pages contained here all use the same HTML code.
Designers and developers who post here are only allowed to change the CSS to make different layouts. A great place to start to really understand what CSS is all about.
- Web Standards Awards
updated on March 21, 2005 11:32:26
Why award web standards? Although web standards give us a better, faster Internet, not many sites use them. The Web Standards Awards aims to promote web site design using W3C standards by seeking out and highlighting the finest standards-compliant sites on the Internet.
By showing you standards-compliant sites that make your jaw drop, we hope to show you that web standards aren’t a constraint, they are a liberation.