@Media Day Two and where we go from here

Day two was looking to be exactly what I was looking for from the whole experience of @Media2005. Doug Bowman kicked off with an in-depth presentation discussing the re-design of Blogger, from the processes to actual techniques used. There was a particularly great example of using CSS classes on the…

@Media Day One

Well, day one of @Media is over already so here is a brief summary: Jeffrey Zeldman kicked off the proceedings with a historical look at the early days of web standards through to what standards mean today and where they might be going in the future. Following Jeffrey was Joe…

@Media coming up

I'm really looking forward to going to the @media conference, Thursday and Friday of this week. It's going to be great to put faces to all of the names of people that are such a big part of the industry. Tim and I are going to be there on the…

Leaving standards at the door?

When I started my current job, I guessed that I would have to leave my own thoughts on standards at the door, as the majority of work was being done using html 4 loose, with table layouts, part external/part inline styles and inline javascript (uggghhh!). 4-5 months later and…

Hand-coding suits me sir!

Having been creating a lot of webpages recently, I realised that I am so much better off having made the switch to and-coding rather than using WYSIWYG editors. I have used Dreamweaver since version 4 and whilst I don't have anything against it writing pages in a text editor gives…