Weblog - Webdesign
The importance of Security Headers
Security headers are a crucial aspect of website security and can help protect against various types of attacks such as cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF), and clickjacking.
An article about how screen resolution conversion methods affect website design.
Thoughts on HTML5
An article about redundant tags in HTML5.
My top 9 social web applications
An article about my favourite social web applications.
An article about the overuse of marketing language.
Today the municipal government of my home town released a restyled website (5 days too early). At the committee meeting a few weeks ago they were really proud of it. The result is something that makes a grown man cry.
Webdesign predictions 2007
An article about my predictions for web design trends in 2007.
Widescreen Website Woes
An article about the problems of large screen resolutions and how to deal with it in website design.
Social tagging is evil
Lots of so-called "Web2.0" applications use social services to enhance their product experience. Lets discuss one of them.
Easy website performance testing
An article about how you can quickly test a websites' performance.
Webstandards in Visual Studio 2005
An article about web standards support in Visual Studio 2005.
An article about the methodology of pagerank.
A rant about buzzwords and hype in the web design community.
IE7 beta redux
I got my hands on the Internet Explorer 7 Beta. Here some first impressions.
Webstandards back in perspective
An article about web standards from a local perspective.
Webstandards adoption policies
An article about web standards on European Union level.
XHTML, HTML, media types
An article about XHTML and media types.
Via Slashdot come news that Microsoft has lost a court battle against what appears to be a small, opportunistic company called Eolas.