HTML5 is the new DHTML - The Easy Designs Blog
"I'm not saying everyone needs to know the precise differences between the two uses of the term, but it's our duty to educate them that there is a difference, even if they can't fathom the particulars."
Using max-width on images can make them disappear in IE8 | 456 Berea Street
"After a bit of trial and error it turned out that if an image has a max-width specified through CSS, a width attribute in the HTML, and is the child of a floated element that has no explicit width set, IE8 makes its width zero."
An interview with Kevin Chao | » Henny Swan's blog
"It is important to be aware of the different ways that one can access the mobile web using a screen reader: iOS Safari/VoiceOver, Android Ice Cream Sandwich (natively with AndroidVox and Chrome) or pre-Android 4.0 with Mobile Accessibility Web Browser and a D-Pad, trackball, or ARROW KEYS."
WCAG 2.0 parsing error bookmarklet | The Paciello Group Blog
"The WCAG parsing only bookmarklet is an experimental script that loops through the results displayed when using Nu Markup Validation Service."
A Call For Better Fragment Identifiers | Impressive Webs
"The reason fragments should be identifiable by users is because a user, not the content creator or the developer, will ultimately decide whether or not a portion of content is valuable or notable in some way."
WebKit scuppers skip-to-content links | News | .net magazine