Posts Tagged: w3c

0Wordpress LogoWebsite testing tools

I am constantly working on both my websites and my web server stack with the aim of it being fast, reliable and secure. New technologies and new vulnerabilities mean a constanyl moving target and sometimes things that have been previously fixed can recur. As well as maintaining articles about many fixes, and a site updates log, I use a range of website testing tools. As this list has grown it has reached a point where I felt the need to document the services I use
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0HTML5 LogoHTML5 spec finished and published!

At long last, the W3C has published the final HTML5 specificationDIY Media Home is already written coded in HTML5, but the finalisation of the specification means that HTML5 compliance is no longer a moving target for either us, or the browser makers.  Hopefully all the main players will provide fully HTML5 compliant browsers soon.  In the meantime we’ll be working to ensure our site is fully compliant with the final spec.

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0DIY Media Home logoFew new articles, lots of new design work

For the last 2-3 months I’ve been too busy to write much new content for the site.  This hasn’t been helped by a drop in things to write about  – most of my articles are about technology fixes or exciting new HTPC related developments.  There haven’t been too many new developments, and I haven’t fixed much technology because I’ve been too busy.  That doesn’t mean the site has been entirely ignored however…

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