There’s no reason to read any further, use HTML5 Boilerplate instead! It is finally time to start switching to HTML5 for projects moving forward. If you’ve been following the progress you already know that xHTML will eventually be outdated and browsers will, eventually, support HTML5 functionality. So it doesn’t make sense to continue with xHTML;… Read more »
Ok, so the “10 ___’s that will save your life!” posts can be annoying. Hopefully you can get some use out of this post; these are the web resources that I honestly use all of the time. No Filler! They are ordered by how well they’re know (least to most known).
This is just the xHTML document that I usually start off with, already included tags for title, description, keywords, favicon, and stylesheet. I gave up on using the UTF-8 charset because of our good friend IE6 and his ‘white screen bug.’
It’s easy to get spammed. One way to get spammed is to have email links on your websites because bots search through websites looking for <emailaddress>@<host>.<com>.