What’s hot and what’s not in HTML

Filed as News on September 21, 2006 4:34 am

So you’€™re hacking your own blog template or site and want to make it good? There’€™s a whole lot of practices out there that really should be considered obsolete, but aren’€™t. For some reason you still find table-based layouts, which of course is unnecessary in today’€™s CSS loving world.

Emil over at Friendly Bit has written a nice post called Encyclopedia of HTML elements where he comments on what elements he thinks are OK to use and how, and what’€™s not. It’€™s a good read, especially for the not so experienced webdesigner who don’€™t quite grasp what all those web standard advocates are bitching about.

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