Below are some useful tips and links that can help to make your site accessible by all browsers, and better in general.
Summary: The ten most egregious offenses against users. Web design disasters and HTML horrors are legion, though many usability atrocities are less common than they used to be. Since my first attempt in 1996, I have compiled many top-10 lists of the biggest mistakes in Web design.
We’ve all seen the brilliant functionality on Mashable where news stories and interesting articles can be shared to social networking sites; the functionality is driven by the images accompanying the articles; you click and hold on an image and can then drag it into a toolbar to share it. It’s brilliant and intuitive, and in this article I’m going to show you how we can replicate this behavior with jQuery and jQuery UI. The following screenshot shows what we’ll have at the end of the tutorial:
developers.facebook.com/search%3Fq%3DFacebook_Share The Like button lets a user share your content with friends on Facebook.
Password Protect All (almost) Running Programs/Documents LockThis! is a tiny Windows utility that makes it possible to password protect almost any programs or documents that's currently running/open.
A strong footer can leave your visitors with a lasting positive impression.