Web Standards for Hard Times

"If you don't [code to standards], you may be relying on bugs instead of features to deliver the goods. They won't work forever. And by focusing on specific browsers instead of one syntax that works for all of them, you may be locking out surfers with alternative Web gadgets or special technologies, such as talking browsers for the blind." From the 6 August 2002 article by Paul Boutin in Webmonkey, this provides good ROI-style reasons to mark up to standards as well as useful mark up tips. Read the article...

Posted by seralat at 10:03 AM on August 07, 2002
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