This is the monthly archive for November 2006.
16 November 2006
Andy Clarke reveals his CSS testing order. I don't entirely agree (I test everything I write in IE and Firefox simultaneously), but his approach interesting nonetheless—and it might turn out to be better than mine in the long run.
8 November 2006
Now that the HTML Working Group is being restructured, it's time to think about what we want from the new Group. Does HTML have to change? If so, how? Please leave your thoughts and comments here.
Sounds great; bring it on.
John Allsopp has updated his CSS compatibility tables, which are probably the best on the 'Net.
7 November 2006
Useful tips and tricks for performance gain.
1 November 2006
A few tips and tricks from Roger.
How to set up a really strict testing environment for the various IE versions.
Yes, there are things floating around that purport to let you run IE 5.5 alongside IE 6.0, etc. The fact of the matter is, though, that these aren’t what your users are running.
True, but for most simple websites running the various IEs next to each other is enough. It's only for complex Ajax-enhanced sites that a more formal testing environment is required.
Despite the title the larger part of this article is about WHAT-WG and how it came to be. Furthermore Isofarro believes SVG is dead (agree) and XForms might profit from an increased interest in HTML that allows it to be backward compatible (agree).
Several possibilities for speeding up the page loading.
Data Retrieval, HTML
See the October 2006 archive.