Posts Categorized: Web world

Business case for web standards

Here’s something I’ve been meaning to blog about for a long while. So long, in fact, that the wiki was last updated over 18 months ago. Still, it contains loads of great information for standardistas wishing to promote web standards in a business. The business case for web standards wiki initiated by the great Chris… Read more »

Spoof email example

At a party last night a friend of mine told me about a new spoof email he’d seen. I wasn’t aware of it (I don’t keep my ear very close to that particular ground) but here’s an example just forwarded to me: > Subject: Attention – Important Notification > Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 05:14:44… Read more »

Share your stats

There’s a meme on Twitter at the moment entitled Share your Stats where web guys are sharing statistics about the browsers viting websites. I’m not sure who started this meme, but I guess they are trying to get a feel for how prevalent Internet Explorer is, particularly version 6. You know most web developers don’t… Read more »

Friends Reunited: How not to build a website

I got an email today from Friends Reunited, which I’m sure everyone knows well. Apparently they have a new website. My curiousity got the better of me. I wish it hadn’t. Firstly the page I saw when I followed the “have a look at your brand new homepage” link looked like one of those full-of-advertising… Read more »