C|NET writes that the 34 European Commission member countries just signed an agreement committing themselves to, “Internet for All”. Looks like EU will require accessibility of all public web sites by 2010, through compliance with the relevant W3C common web accessibility standards and guidelines.
There is going to be a lot of code cleaning in the future. It’s going to be intresting to see how well this will be adapted.
Polls or graphs are usually images generated from desktop software or web scripts perhaps sometimes flash+xml, and when it comes to web it is too much resource consuming to generate image on the fly.
Since we don’t have CANVAS or SVG yet on wide use there is a CSS trick.
The idea of using CSS to generate Bar Graphs could be very interesting in this case, and Apples to Oranges have a pretty interesting article describing in details how to create Bar Graphs with CSS.
IE tab is another great extension for Firefox that allows you to open Internet Explorer only pages inside Firefox to a new tab.
-Go to a site
-Right click and scroll to ?View this page in IETab?
This is a great tool for web developers, since you can easily see how your webpage displayed in IE with just one click and then switch back to Firefox. Read more about it in official website.
Developers and designers have come really crazy about AJAX. I started to look for AJAX framework for some simple form validation and I found huge amount of code samples and frameworks which are under development or already on version 5.0.
As a web developer I haven’t been able to figure out what will I do with XAML on my work. First when I heard about XAML I though XAML will be Microsoft replacement for SVG. After looking XAML I got really angry for Microsoft because I was unable to find any W3C standards except XML in it. This would it mean that I can’t reuse CSS, SVG etc. in XAML. Until today I have lived on misconception that MS is just out to push some new proprietary standard.