Topics: HTML

HTML is the foundation of the web and, for some, deceptively simple. Learn the nuances and complexities of semantic and standards-based markup.

  1. HTML for Restaurant Menus

    Answered by Allison Wagner on 14 January 2014

    Oh, you mean besides linking to a PDF? I kid. Though, not really. Unfortunately, a PDF has become the “menu solution” for many restaurant sites. This presents a host of issues,…
  2. Front-end Validation

    Answered by Chris Casciano on 30 July 2013

    There was a time, in the not so distant past, when one of the first rules for coding HTML was to run your page through W3C’s Validation Service. Primitive editing tools and nascent browser…
  3. Cross-Browser Audio and Video

    Answered by Aaron Gustafson on 9 July 2013

    Adding audio and video content to a web page is nowhere near as easy as we might like it to be. It’s not that the syntax is hard, but rather that the codec wars have made it rather…
  4. Assessible, Complex Data Entry Forms

    Answered by Jared Smith on 25 June 2013

    Your situation has two distinct accessibility requirements: table cells should be associated to their respective row and/or column headers, and inputs need descriptive labels. We’ll address…
  5. Acronyms in Body Copy

    Answered by Derek Featherstone on 19 February 2013

    Screen Reader Defaults Providing abbreviation expansions in the title attribute is “what we do,” but it does rely on the some customization of settings for some screen…