Archive for the 'HTML' Category

Do the sight impaired like your website?

Friday, July 16th, 2004

The world has millions of sight impaired people, Australia has at least 300,000, and other countries have an order of magnitude more. Should they be discriminated against by web designers? Most countries have laws that give an emphatic NO! In fact, there have been court cases where companies have been sued for not providing for […]

Deprecated HTML tags and alternatives

Monday, April 12th, 2004

For those seeking to drop the outdated, you may wish to reference our page: HTMLfixIT list of Depreciated Tags; or visit codehelp for their list of Deprecated HTML tags and alternatives.

Mark-up Plain Text to Valid XHTML

Monday, March 22nd, 2004

How many times did someone send you a word document complete with numbered paragraphs and ask you to convert to (x)html? It happens to me all the time. Next time I am going to try this on-line as it worked very well on a demo. Daring Fireball: Markdown Web Dingus. You can also get a […]

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