Most web authors have a folder with experiments, some of mine are listed here. Note that they may be to fragile to use when reliability is important. Also listed are a few articles that examine issues which are not so frequently addressed on other sites.
- No to XHTML
Quite a few people have jumped on the XHTML bandwagon, this article examines the claims made about XHTML, and it lists the problems that arise from using it.
- To embed, or not to embed - that is the question.
Embedding external content into web pages; drawbacks and alternatives.
- Streaming audio/video
How to stream audio/video from a web site with a standard http server.
- Getting help from C.I.W.A.S: help us to help you
How to get help from the comp.infosystems.www.authoring.stylesheets news group, and how to construct a minimised test case.
- Proprietary Audio/Video formats, should we use them on the web?
The drawbacks of using proprietary Audio/Video formats and the available alternatives.
- Creating accessible multimedia for the web
A quick and dirty guide to creating forward looking accessible multimedia files for the web.
- Centered Image Gallery with captions (revised)
An attempt at answering a FAQ: "How do I code an centered image gallery with captions?".
- Link offsets
A CSS2 solution for CSS layouts that use a fixed top section where following in-document links cause the link to be presented at the top of the viewport where it is obscured by the fixed top section.
- Embedding decorative foreground images with CSS
Shouldn't decorative images be inserted with CSS?
- Left and Right alignment using CSS
An example of how to align text or links both left and right in the same vertical space.
- Printing high resolution images
2 CSS methods for using higher resolution images for printing.
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