WaSP co-founder and emeritus Jeffrey Zeldman writes:
“I’ve seen people debate whether ‘leading’ web designers are all using the
h1header element exactly the same way on their personal sites. The question isn’t meaningless but it feels small and slightly beside the point. Likewise, the same ancient arguments about XHTML keep slopping to the surface. Don’t we have bigger water animals to sauté?”
The entry goes into other subjects, many of them personal, but it’s really about sitebuilding, standards, life, and how the three intersect.
The reason I’m grateful to be so closely involved with the WaSP is because standards improve the web, and the web improves the lives of the people who can use it. At least, that’s how it’s supposed to work, right?
Isn’t standards support about keepin’ it real?
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