HTMHell Advent Calendar 2022
Last year I published the first HTMHell advent calendar with 24 links to articles about HTML I found on other sites. Since many people enjoyed these posts, I decided to raise the ante and publish 24 articles on HTMHell written specifically for the advent calendar.
24 authors from all over the world (Austria, France, Germany, India, Italy, The Netherlands, UK, USA) gave their best and wrote about accessibility, performance, usability, and security. Starting December 1st, you can read a new article every day until December 24th.
Thanks a lot to the authors for writing and Eric W. Bailey who helped me with reviewing.
I hope you enjoy reading the posts as much as I did!
- How to transfigure wireframes into HTML
- You Don't Need ARIA For That
- Landmarks and where to put them
- Reading the meter
- Adding Complementary Performance Data to Your Site
- Meaningful labels using ARIA – or not.
- Improving SEO without knowing where to start
- You don't need HTML!
- Dear developer, your assumptions are wrong
- There can be only one: Options for building “choose one” fields
- DOM Clobbering
- One day we'll have a fully customisable select
- Table Like It's 2023
- Get that marquee ✨AeStHeTiC✨
- 5 HTML elements, And a partridge in a despair tree
- Modern HTML as a foundation for progressive enhancement
- Mini-guide to add an image
- Do you know color-scheme?
- Common nesting issues in HTML
- A Theory of Web Relativity
- What is the Difference Between Alternative Text, Long Description, and Caption?
- Enforcing better HTML markup with Eleventy