An easy to read and easy to understand guide to web-standards
Finding, Understanding, and following the relevant web-standards for developing web-sites is no easy task. They don’t exist as a single entity. It’s a doctrine rather than a unique reference. Sure there are official standards described at W3C, but they aren’t always easy to understand or follow. Harry Roberts, a web developer from the UK has created a wonderful web-standards one-pager called web design +. He’s summarised various best-practices and web-standards into a very easy to read and understand web-page. A very useful resource for developers, but equally as useful for content publishers. Ensuring that standards are followed doesn’t stop with the one who initially coded a site – it’s the job of everyone who publishes content on the Internet.