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Handcoding Web Pages
A great treatise on why it’s often a good idea to hand code rather than relying on WYSIWYG programs.
Improving Link Display for Print
A nice way of using JavaScript to create footnotes showing where links on your pages go, for users who decide to print your articles. Much nicer than simply using “:after” to add the URL straight after each link.
Quick Start Your Design with XHTML Templates
A bunch of XHTML and CSS templates that you can use as a quick start when creating a new website. Looks useful.
Slashdot’s gone CSS
Obligatory mention. Slashdot has actually got rid of the cludgy tables and is using CSS for its layout. About time too.

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