Every Time You Call a Proprietary Feature “CSS3,” a Kitten Dies

March 2nd 2012 Any -webkit- feature that doesn’t exist in a specification (not even an Editor’s draft) is not CSS3. Yes, they are commonly evangelized as such, but they are not part of CSS at all. This distinction is not nitpicking. It’s important because it encourages certain vendors to circumvent the standards ...

8 Reasons Why You Should Care Adopting Web Standards for Your Websites

January 17th 2010 Web Standards. You may be wondering what is this all about? What kind of other geeky jargon is this. Why we seem to keen in promoting "Web Standards", like there's less tech terminologies cluttering your mind already. Then "Accessibility", "Usability" why such jargons & "craps" matter? Let's start by defining "Accessibility" ...