Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Tagged #standards

Can I use...

Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc

UI Guidelines for Mobile Devices

BBC closes WML mobile site

<1% of traffic (presumably mobile traffic) so now focusing solely on HTML.

Sencha Touch

Sencha (new name for ExtJS) provides a mobile web app Javascript framework that delivers an iOS-like experience, but also on Android touch devices.


Tidies, corrects and formats HTML

Much Ado About IE6

Digg’s research suggests many IE6 users aren’t upgrading because they’re viewing at work and aren’t allowed

The Road to HTML 5: Link Relations

Mark Pilgrim’s guide to link rels, with an HTML5-focused commentary

CFML Advisory

Committee website for the advisory board. Sean Corfield and chums talking about Railo, ColdFusion and BlueDragon

Do UK government web sites need to look exactly the same in every browser?

Not at all. There’s a magic paragraph quoted for evidence.

John Resig - HTML5 Shiv

Use document.createElement(“xyz”) on IE6 to support the new HTML5 tags

An Event Apart and HTML 5

Eric Meyer’s approach for adopting HTML5 in the recent An Event Apart redesign

HTML 5: The Markup Language

Tag-by-tag guide to HTML5

hCard Creator

Fill in the form and it’ll generate the HTML for you

More on developing naming conventions, Microformats and HTML5

Good idea. Why not use HTML5 compatible class and ID naming conventions?

mezzoblue § Zoom

It’s now cool to use pixel font sizing

Feed IE 6 with a basic stylesheet

Reminder of how to serve special stylesheets to IE

Chrome vs. Safari

Google Chrome doesn’t render text-shadow or drop shadows correctly. Yet.

End of Life for PHP 4

As of 08/08/08. Time for all ISPs to support PHP5 then

vCard for Developers

How to construct and serve a vCard


Make IE behave correctly, including CSS selectors