In order to deal both with content written according to Web standards and with content written according to legacy practices that were prevalent in the late 1990s, today’s Web browsers implement various engine modes. This document explains what those modes are and how they are triggered. Summary for the Impatient The main conclusion to draw from this article is that you should start all your HTML documents (i.e. anything that gets served as text/html ) with <!
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This article is for web designers and front-end web developers who are interested in grid-based layout systems but are at a loss on how to decipher them. 04.Mar.2012 A PDF written by Andrew Maher to help you design grids and to give you the resources to delve further into the grid world.
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Current WaSP Projects InterAct: Web Standards Curriculum InterAct is a living, open curriculum based upon web standards and best practices, designed to teach students the skills of the web professional.