One thing I really hate about agile front-end dev is the lack of formatting standards between devs. Some developers block their rules, others keep everything on one line. Some indent their rules, others don’t. The list goes on and on. I have a list of formatting rules that my team has adopted and all the […]
Posts Tagged ‘web standards’
Web Standards Guideline With growing technology and standards, I take pride in meeting new standards according to W3C, in order to achieve a highly functional site and good user experience for everyone. These standards include but aren’t limited to W3C standards, semantic markup, meeting WCAG usability standards, and Section 508 Compliance. This guide provides a […]
There are SO MANY articles out there that get very deep into web development and programming concepts, but not many people know what to start learning if you’re just starting in this field. I’ve put together a well-rounded list of resources and websites to read on a regular basis and learn as much as you can. If you become familiar with all of these websites, you’ll quickly be the best in your field. All the information is free to anyone with a passion or desire to learn.
In the past few years we’ve seen a growing trend towards forcing new typefaces on the web. CSS defines a property for browsers to support a property called @font-face which lets the developer define new typefaces and include the original font file for the browser to download and render the site with. Support for this feature has been implemented in Safari and is due to release with the next versions of Firefox and Opera…