Published: August 29, 2012
The story of how responsive images made its way into the browser doubles as an inside look at the standards […]
Published: October 22, 2009
In 2008, the team at Microsoft found themselves in quite the pickle. Let me back up. In 2002, the team […]
Published: July 5, 2005
In 2007, the web standards project entered the scene once more to push Microsoft to build its most standards-compliant browser to date.
Published: June 3, 2004
It was 2004, and Ian Hickson had just got out of a W3C workshop organized by Adobe. The topic was how […]
Published: May 1, 2003
The web’s history is filled to the brim with stops and starts and wrong turns. It is a technology that […]
Published: March 14, 2003
Accessibility is one of the foundational principles of the World Wide Web. Fighting to preserve that principle are the creators behind the most powerful tools, some of which still exist today.
Published: August 10, 1998
This article was originally published in CSS-Tricks. In August of 2013, Aaron Gustafson posted to the WaSP blog. He had a […]
Published: January 10, 1997
It’s easy to forget that HTML, which is an extremely simple programming language, is actually just an exceedingly complex markup language. HTML was one […]
Published: June 1, 1996
Web designers that cut their teeth in the late 90’s and early 2000’s probably remember table-based layouts. This was a […]
Published: April 7, 1996
Quite frankly, my feeling is that the primary reason why the web is not accessible or not wholly accessible to […]
Published: October 1, 1994
I talked a bit about the importance of the WWW Wizards Workshop last time in my recap on the importance […]
Published: April 21, 1993
Why is it the <img> tag instead of the <image> tag? The answer, it turns out, dates back to one of the web’s earliest browsers and one of the web’s earliest discussions.