7 Ways To Write “Better” HTML

BarCamp came and went, I’m still experiencing the aftermath; making new connections on Facebook daily and checking the BarCamp Hong Kong 2007 Flickr Group constantly for new photos! Anyway, It’s about time I catalogued my talk before it’s too late! The original presentation slide show was created with S5 (a standards compliant and accessible slide […]

Semantic URLs gone bad!?!

Semantic URLs, also known as Friendly URLs, are human readable URLs that would otherwise be a list of query string parameters with meaningless ID’s. Semantic URLs are a good thing but could it be too good to the point of turning bad? I’ve been mulling over the use of Semantics in URLs for a while. […]