About the Web Workmanship Subsite
Web Workmanship is a series of documents, listed in the table of contents following this section, detailing best practices in writing valid and portable HTML. The first time around, it's recommended you read these documents in the order listed in the table of contents. After that, you can use Web Workmanship as a reference.
Because the Internet Explorer browser doesn't adhere to many HTML standards, nothing in Web Workmanship has been tested in Internet Explorer. The complexity cost of accommodating Internet Explorer isn't worth getting this ancient browser with less than 2% market share to render properly.
The HTML specification doesn't absolutely require closing tags or closing forward slashes, but your life will be much easier if you use them. All of the Web Workmanship project uses them.
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- HTML Primer
- XML Primer
- Content, Styles and Appearance
- CSS Primer
- Designing For Mobile and Desktop Via Responsive Web Design
- Validating and Debugging HTML and CSS
- Why Bother With HTML?
- Using Asciidoc to Write Web Pages
- Designing For Fast Download
- Intro to Web Page Accessibility
- HTML/CSS/JS Quickhacks
- Less Used HTML Elements