5 July 2005

...and we welcome Microsoft aboard

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Today the Web Standards Project and Microsoft have announced the formation of a collaborative Task Force that will provide technical help in moving Microsoft products like Visual Studio and ASP.NET closer to web standards.

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4 July 2005

ToughQuiz V

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A document uses XHTML 1.0 Strict. It contains a few <blockquote>s, and in Strict they are not allowed to have text nodes as children. Instead, any text in the element should be marked up in a block level element, for instance <p>. Initially the document satisfies this requirement.

After the document has loaded a script similar to Simon Willison's Blockquote Citations runs in the document and adds the content of the cite attribute of each <blockquote> to the visible text of the quote. Due to an oversight of the programmer the script does not put this text in a block level element of its own. Now the <blockquote> has a text node as a child.

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30 June 2005

Amsterdam JavaScript meeting

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Last Sunday the Amsterdam JavaScript meeting was a moderate success. Among others, Bobby van der Sluis, Anne van Kesteren and Faruk Ateş attended, and we had some interesting discussions.

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Quirks and strict mode; validation drive and <wbr />
(29 June 2005 | 10 comments )

QuirksMode goes strict mode
(27 June 2005 | 56 comments )

Three JavaScript articles and one best practice
(22 June 2005 | 26 comments )

JavaScript bijeenkomst te Amsterdam
(16 June 2005 )

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