The Accessibility Toolbar

I just found The Accessibility Toolbar, it works similar way as a Google toolbar for IE. With accessibility toolbar you get a range of tools like:
To examine discrete aspects (structure/code/content) of a html document
To facilitate the use of 3rd party applications
To simulate the user experience of different users
…along with a range of references and additional resources.

XHTML2 no more backward compatible

I was reading an article at IBM development zone. An article claims that XHTML 2.0 lack of backward compatibility is actually a Good Thing. If you are front-end designers/developer who know and care about and use web standards and you feel scared about writing your HTML again into XHTML2.0 check out this article. It actually has some good point why they change <img>. I especially give warm welcome to xForms. :)

Introduction to Mozile Inline Editor

It seems that Mozilla development finally is going to develop usable WYSIWYG editor for CMS systems. This is quite interesting because Microsoft has chosen different way for content editing by using Office as a web-editor and leaving IE as a thin client.
This back to thin client thinking is something where I have to disagree with MS, but I don?t need to care about selling million copies new office. :) Anyway, in my humble opinion for browser development is making it module based where user can easily download extensions in it like web-editor. I think everything should be in internet no offices or other apps in computers just browser :)
Ah, anyway about those Mozilla editors… well, read yourself at
The O’Reilly Network Mozilla DevCenter and Mozile site :)