Tuesday, 6th August 2002
Two more interesting CSS demonstrations—Bullet proof rounded corners and Breadcrumb nested lists. The rounded corners technique is very impressive—it solves a common CSS problem in a way that is durable, cross browser and, well, bullet proof. However, as Mark Pilgrim points out:[... 165 words]
A few more notes on XHTML 2.0. Tom Gilder (who incidentally has written an excellent series of tips on accessible scripting) has pointed out that the
<dfn> tag is part of HTML4 and corrected my spelling of draft as well :) Meanwhile, a post by Shane P. McCarron to XHTML-L has highlighted a few more interesting points—
<applet> is out (in favour of
<object>, XMLEvents are in to replace the current event model and the
href attribute can now be used on pretty much anything to turn it in to a link. Strangely XLink is not mentioned in the specification.
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