Good grammar provides the solid structure for communicating in a given language. That sentiment goes double for online languages -- without solid, well-written markup, your Web site can sink into a stew of mistakes.
This week, Macworld shares its links for writing real-world HTML. We focus on performance in the browser.Macworld.com links
In case you need a strong argument for writing careful HTML, read this.
After you've mastered writing great HTML, master changing it quickly and efficiently. Regular expressions let you work smarter.
Scholle Sawyer reveals tips for optimizing your HTML before it gets to the browser.
Unfortunately, learning HTML isn't enough; you have to learn the HTML-grammatical idiosyncracies of browsers too. This article shows you how.
Are there acronyms circling around your head? Get a crash course on markup-language news here.
The canonical site for learning about XML.
Lean and Mean HTML
Learn how to optimize your code for quicker loading.
Lean and Mean Tables
A companion article to "Lean and Mean HTML," focusing instead on table construction.
Streamlining Your Code
More tips on making everything lean and mean.
The Web Standards Project
A must-bookmark for everyone who wonders, "Why can't my HTML just get along?"
A huge table outlining what HTML will work on what browsers.
Building for the 5.0 Browsers
A handy article outlining how to tweak your code for upper-end browsers.