HTML Standards Process Returning from the Grave

HTML Standards Process Returning from the Grave

For a long time, the HTML standards process has been moribund; the W3C‘s HTML Working Group has focused almost exclusively on XHTML2, a new standard that was highly incompatible with existing practice.

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CSS3 Multi-Column Support

CSS3 Multi-Column Support

WebKit now has some very basic support for multiple columns from CSS3.

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The Obligatory iPhone Post

The Obligatory iPhone Post

Yesterday, Steve Jobs announced the iPhone, a new combination phone, iPod and internet communications device.

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Box Shadow

Box Shadow

WebKit now supports the CSS3 box-shadow property (as -webkit-box-shadow).

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Introducing Text-Stroke

Introducing Text-Stroke

WebKit now supports stroking of text via CSS.

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Optimizing Page Load Time (and a little about the Debug menu)

Optimizing Page Load Time (and a little about the Debug menu)

We don’t usually just repost content from other blogs here.

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Color Spaces

Color Spaces

I was pointed to this article about color spaces in Web browsers.

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Understanding HTML, XML and XHTML

Understanding HTML, XML and XHTML

OR, Close your <script> and <canvas> tags!

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Strange Medium

Strange Medium

Digging up a very old blog entry from http://www.456bereastreet.com/archive/200408/sizing_monospaced_fonts/, the question is asked, “What’s up with the different font sizes when the monospace font family is used?” The answer, as usual with Web browsers, is pretty interesting (which is browser developer-speak for “insanely confusing”).

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The FOUC Problem

The FOUC Problem

FOUC stands for Flash of Unstyled Content.

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Recent WebKit Features

Recent WebKit Features

There have been a lot of exciting new engine-level features that have been added to WebKit over the last few months, and not all of them have received their own blog entries.

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Introducing Drosera

Introducing Drosera

I would like to introduce a new addition to the WebKit open source tools—a JavaScript debugger.

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