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The Apple Developer Connection has published an article on best practices in creating Web pages:

Safari complies with standards, but not all browsers do, so you may need to adjust your site to look right to all readers. Learn how to design, modify and validate your website so that it can be rendered and read properly by all major browsers.

Whizzing through DOCTYPEs, the use of CSS and good markup habits in XHTML, it also briefly discusses validation and accessibility issues. Buckle up for a crash course! (Hat tip: Karl)

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