I think XHTMLate should be pronounced “stimulate”. Anyway, here’s a list of WordPress bugs that I think are important for XHTML: Read the rest of this entry …

§432 · February 25, 2008 · Software, Technology, Web, XML · Comments Off on Stimulating WordPress · Tags: , ,


I’ve been tinkering at a new theme for my website since the Christmas holidays and finally got around to flipping the switch this weekend. I decided to try my hand, for the first time, at real XHTML served as application/xhtml+xml but with PHP content negotiation to text/html for poor ol’ Internet Explorer. Read the rest of this entry …

§425 · February 18, 2008 · Firefox, Opera, Safari, Software, SVG, Technology, Web, XML · 16 comments · Tags: , , ,


How many times have you told a friend or colleague “Go to http://example.com/some/doc and search for XXXX” ? I do it a lot actually. Ideally web pages should identify significant sections of a web page with identifiers (id=”foo”) so that you can link to http://example.com/some/doc/#foo, but the problem is that not everyone follows this practice. In fact, there are a lot of big specification documents where you’d like to point someone to a specific paragraph to save someone time and encourage them to actually visit the link and read it. This becomes increasingly important as the mobile web accelerates and small screens with harder-to-use keyboards become more prevalent. I hope this Firefox extension will help. Read the rest of this entry …

§402 · October 30, 2007 · Firefox, Opera, Software, Technology, Web, XML · 4 comments · Tags:


I’m working on my first Firefox extension – an attempt to get Firefox to support some version of XPointer that will work on HTML documents. Read the rest of this entry …

§401 · October 29, 2007 · Firefox, Questions, Software, Technology, Web, XML · 2 comments ·


As an update to yesterday’s post I thought I’d elucidate what I’ve learned about XPointer. Read the rest of this entry …

§398 · October 10, 2007 · Firefox, Software, Technology, Web, XML · 5 comments ·