Chrome decided to remind me of something today. Something that reminds me of a lot of “tutorials” and long hours; that culminated in me really hating a particular platform… If only because it meant me parsing a lot of the same markup; specifically the Object tag, with the Embed tag somewhat ironically embedded inside it.Read More…
This is post is entirely because I found some excellent text, directly from the W3, that sums up the issues I had with staying afloat in a competitive market (selling “skillz”) with a codebase that not so much changed as rotated every few months. I sympathise with anyone mad enough to create a Facebook app’…
Steve Faulkner has written great things regarding textual-fiddling that fellow Markup Geeks will note for its rigor and completeness:
If you don’t already know, the hgroup element is obsolete in HTML5. Advice is now provided in the HTML spec on how to mark up subheadings, subtitles, alternative titles and taglines using existing and implemented HTML features.
- How to mark up subheadings, subtitles, alternative titles and taglines (html5doctor.com)
- Farewell, hgroup (brucelawson.co.uk)
- Pet Peeve – Website Taglines That Don’t Mean Anything (keepmarketingfun.com)
“@html5_yoda: Always two there are, no more, no less: a label and an input field. #a11y”