My recent revelation about a more efficient way to write markup for the web, using the Markdown syntax.
I’ll present my perspective on the newest web browser on the block: Internet Explorer 9.
I outline the benefit of a virtual server for web development and show how to set one up.
Web standards take time to be finalized, and then implemented by the various web browsers. In some cases, a lot of time. The list of not-yet-widely-supported web standards is a long one. However, that list got shortened by one recently. I am speaking of the widespread ability to embed fonts on webpages. More specifically, the […]
There’s been a recent flurry of posts about the oft-overlooked ampersand in web design. I’ve collected some links to related posts, and added my own thoughts alongside.
It has been a long time coming, but del.icio.us 2.0 has now been opened to the masses.
The web developer’s survey from A List Apart is making the rounds again.
Mozilla Labs seems to keep busy with interesting software projects. They have recently taken the covers off their latest release, Prism.
This is somewhat related to my recent post on using Apache and IIS on the same machine at the same time. It is also something that I tend to have to search for whenever I set up a new PC (or rebuild one). So here it is, for posterity. This is actually about Apache specifically; […]