3 articles and links tagged with “html

  1. A JavaScript Detection Pattern

    Progressive enhancement of our sites and applications has become a relatively well accepted best practice for web development. This article outlines a technique I’ve used successfully to ensure that core functionality is available without JavaScript, while maintaining a quality experience for the majority of users with JavaScript enabled.

  2. An Accessible Pagination Pattern

    Pagination is a basic building block of the web, but it’s often implemented with markup that makes it less accessible than it ought to be. Here, I’ve outlined my preferred solution to the problem.

  3. Installing the W3C HTML Validator on JeOS

    So. W3C has quite decent installation instructions for the HTML validator, but it makes a few assumptions about a typical linux environment that don’t actually hold true if you’re running a stripped down JeOS distro in a virtual machine.