Documents about CSS, HTML and other technologies that power the World Wide Web
Anything related to The World Wide Web, mostly tutorials and software to aid in the creation of webpages but with some other goodies such as bookmarklets thrown in.
Techniques used to allow as many people as possible to view the content of this site
Why using PHP sessions causes invalid HTML and XHTML to be generated, and how to fix it.
Software that runs from your webbrowser bookmarks
CSS 3 adds support for translucent colours - and you can use them now.
An explanation of how inheritance works in CSS and why CSS doesn't need Object Oriented style inheritance.
Resources for getting started with Cascading Style Sheets
Methods for centring block and inline elements using Cascading Style Sheets
The mysterious history of script and style in HTML
A quick way to disable all CSS for a given page
Explanations as to why you probably shouldn't use frames, along with alternatives that you can use instead.
What do people mean when they talk about layers?
Tests and results of examining Internet Explorer 8 with different rendering mode factors
About the (ab)use of tables as layout tools in webpages.
Experiments with providing placeholding text for form inputs in such as way as to cause the minimum interference to users.
Performing mod_rewrite voodoo to present RDF files to user agents
Protecting images and source code on the web from thieves
How to use style sheets to remove the underline from hyperlinks
A table of contents generator for HTML webpages.
A simple cross-platform HTML preprocessor written in Perl
Research into what search engines do with documents served as application/xhtml+xml