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http://www.alistapart.com/ - Added: 6 April 2004 @ 11:40

As we use the Web, it may not occur to us how important our vision is for navigation. Without reading any words on the page it is easy to quickly scan it and see the area that could be called "main content."

http://www.anybrowser.org/ - Added: 6 April 2004 @ 11:35

When it comes to DHTML Mozilla might be less powerful than IE4 but when it comes to JavaScript it just kicks ass. The first time a saw a setter being used with a prototype of the built-in HTMLElement constructor I was just blown away. One of my first thought at that time was that this was exactly what I needed to start emulating the IE DHTML Object Model for Mozilla.
http://www.webfx.nu/dhtml/ieemu/index.html - Added: 27 July 2004 @ 17:42

This is an attempt to make Microsoft Internet Explorer more compliant when it comes to web standards.
http://dean.edwards.name/IE7/ - Added: 28 July 2004 @ 02:50

OSCOM is the international association connecting users and developers of Open Source Content Management solutions.
http://www.oscom.org/ - Added: 4 May 2004 @ 20:17

Kupu is a 'document-centric' open source client-side editor for Mozilla, Netscape and Internet Explorer.
http://kupu.oscom.org/ - Added: 4 May 2004 @ 20:17

In this paper, we will discuss ontologies and requirements in their current instantiations on the web today. We will describe some desirable properties of ontologies. We will also discuss how both simple and complex ontologies are being and may be used to support varied applications. We will conclude with a discussion of emerging trends in ontologies and their environments and briefly mention our evolving ontology evolution environment.

In this paper, we will discuss ontologies and requirements in their current instantiations on the web today. We will describe some desirable properties of ontologies. We will also discuss how both simple and complex ontologies are being and may be used to support varied applications. We will conclude with a discussion of emerging trends in ontologies and their environments and briefly mention our evolving ontology evolution environment.

This behavior adds support for the most powerful raster graphic format available to Internet Explorer. It is of course our all beloved PNG format I am talking about. This format can have an 8 bit alpha channel which allows the images to be semi transparent. Transparency allows images to have antialiased edges and this makes the images look more professional.

Microsoft Internet Explorer does not support current standards for HTML, XHTML, and Stylesheets. As a result, the site you have requested has been configured to deliver this message instead of the page you requested.

Think the web browser wars are over? Think again. World War I was dubbed ?The Great War" and "The War To End All Wars.? Alas, that was an optimistic prediction; WWII followed in short order. The browser wars are coming back, and this time the whole World Wide Web is at risk, not just a few browsers and their vendors.

If your important page information is near the top of the html markup, spiders get to it sooner, and so can accessibility screen readers like JAWS (Jobs Access With Speech). Learning to construct tables that work to your advantage is a little more work, but the optimization benefits are clear

IE for Windows can render PNGs - it's just that it does it badly. By default, IE does not fully support PNG transparency; it adds an ugly grey background instead. This site attempts to offer a solution for Windows IE versions 5.5 & 6.
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/bobosola/ - Added: 1 May 2004 @ 11:35

The Web Designer's Forum (WDF) is one of the Internet's premier web design discussion groups. At WDF, we welcome all topics of Web Site Development and Internet-related Graphic Design.
http://www.wdf.net/ - Added: 28 July 2004 @ 02:52

WHAT is a loose unofficial collaboration of Web browser manufacturers and interested parties who wish to develop new technologies designed to allow authors to write and deploy Applications over the World Wide Web.
http://www.whatwg.org/ - Added: 11 July 2004 @ 18:24

phpXIedit is a web based application to edit, validate and preview XML documents.
http://phpxiedit.sourceforge.net/ - Added: 4 May 2004 @ 21:29


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