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    Zeldman's Lectures on Better Living Thru Web Standards

    They are really nice. Go ahead, read them and give it a try.

    Designing with web standards:
    http://www.happycog.com/lectures/dwws/
    (XHTML + CSS design)

    Accessiblity and Section 508:
    http://www.happycog.com/lectures/access/
    (Accessibility for dummies )

    The articles are good because they are not targetted towards experts, they are targetted towards you and me.

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    I am going to reccommend that to some other people thats good stuff right there.

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    And if you like those articles, I'd recommend reading Jeffrey Zeldman's "designing with web standards." I'm very impressed with what I've read so far, as he takes a practical approach on using standards, rather than a theorist or a purist approach. I'm about a 1/4 way through, and reading it every chance I get...

    The articles that Nicket posted are basically shortened examples from the book, so if you would like more info, read the book.

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    wow, those are good reads...if i had money, id buy the book...however those are definitely bookmarked...thanx a bunch

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    I have read them and I went to all the links it provided its good stuff, i read it this mourning when i wasnt doing ne thing. I posted them on this other forum where there are some ppl who are not open minded and only design for ie and use a lot of nested tables. The think that people like me are radical css extremists who are trying to standardize the internet lol, so i told the one who said that to keep and open mind and read what others say.
    Last edited by PeOfEo; 08-05-2003 at 08:47 PM.

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    Which forum is this? They look like they need a piece of my crappy brain

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