The purpose of CSS Naked Day, which was created by Dustin Diaz in 2006, is to promote Web Standards. It shows off those who work hard enough to code our sites properly, using valid (x)html, semantic markup, a good hierarchy structure.
Web Technology Penetration Report – CSS continues its rise and frames still survive in 16% of websites! by ZDNet‘s Richard MacManus — I came across an interesting report of web technology penetration rates, dated 1 April 2006, by Security Space. It’s based on a sample of 1,358,991 web sites in 2006, so it’s a pretty […]
I share the same feeling of relief as Mike when I get that final approval on a design and move to the markup and positioning… There are just so many benefits to the extra work you put in to make sure your markup is as clean and semantic as possible: semantic code downloads the browser […]
One of the most useful resources in design for me is the Web Standards Group, and one of my favorite parts of being in the group is Russ Weakley’s occasional email titled “Links for Light Reading”… always very informative and interesting.