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Every day, when reviewing templates on ThemeForest , I test the submissions for validation and browser compatibility – not to mention my own work as well. Over time, I’ve scrounged the web for the best validation and browser compatibility testing tools around. Here’s my favorites. HTML and CSS Validation
CSS is the second-most-important thing you can master when it comes to web design, right after HTML. And the capabilities of CSS can be staggering (especially with the new CSS3 standard already making appearances in some browsers). If you can imagine it, it’s likely someone has already figured out how to do it with CSS. Below are more than 250 resources for mastering CSS . While they’re not likely to make it any less staggering, they can help you master the techniques that will help set your designs apart from the crowd. CSS3 Resources
Saturday 13th September 2008, 11:41 PLEASE NOTE: These guidelines are several years old. I will get round to updating them one day. Maybe.
From SwinBrain Minimum requirements for file header comments and meta information: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"><html xmlns= "http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" ><!-- Description: Sample HTML Document --><!-- Author: Chris Pilgrim --><!
Once your latest project is finished, you are very likely to forget the structure of the project’s layout, with all its numerous classes, color schemes and type setting. To understand your code years after you’ve written it you need to make use of sensible code structuring. The latter can dramatically reduce complexity, improve code management and consequently simplify maintainability.
By Matt DeClaire on Mar 20, 2008 in Web Engineering Back when I was in school a teacher instilled in me a strict eye for code style. We submitted our assignments electronically to a testing script on his account, but before an assignment began running the rigorous gamut of test cases, it had to first pass a style check.
Separate content from presentation in order to make your website accessible to all users and devices, increase the longevity of your website (you wonâ€™t have to touch you HTML to alter the pageâ€™s layout), and enable the creating of new pages without worrying about consistency of appearance or layout. (Note that i wrote this in 2004 and posted here in 2007, so some stuff may be archaic). General CSS Rules
Big CSS files can be complex to manage but a good structured code can help you to make your life simpler. This is a descriptive post about how to write a well structured CSS file . I already spoken about code readability in CSS files , but after several most specific requests about this argument (mainly about the difficult of some readers to manage CSS file with a big quantity of layout elements), I decided to illustrate the process I use in these cases.
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Saturday 13th September 2008, 11:25 PLEASE NOTE: These guidelines are several years old. I will get round to updating them one day. Maybe. These CSS coding standards are not a guide for how to write CSS, but instead give an overview of how I prefer to structure my CSS files.
The University of Minnesota web template HTML validates using XHTML 1.0 transitional. The XHTML and CSS coding follows standards developed by the W3C and University policy such as Accessibility of Information Technology . XHTML tools Conversion from HTML to XHTML is easier using tools such as the following: Dreamweaver—a free XHTML conversion extension can be downloaded to make the conversion. The latest version of Dreamweaver has this built in, too.
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