Standards Based Article Submissions

Standards Based Article Submissions are a feature not many content designers really look at with much interest. We all are very busy in our lives, and writing a 500/600 page article on standards, and standards compliance, well…it just may seem too much work to do.

But if we all took the time to pen (type) down what we know to do, how to do, why we do what we do - all the ins and outs of our profession, we could theoretically saturate the Article Submission arena. I would (really, I would!) take the time out of my busy schedule to read what one of my colleagues (Standardista’s) has to say about the latest trends in design, CSS, XHTML, and usability/accessibility.

As a matter of fact, I do read multiple blogs everyday. So to enter into the content writer’s arena to compose SEO friendly, standards relevant, topics…Come on now industry, let’s get going, and begin writing!

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About the Author

Martin

Member of the GAWDs and Web Standards Group. As a member of the Web Standards Group, as well as membership in the Guild of Accessible Web Designers, I strive to achieve maximum website accessibility in my designs, while using the latest, cutting-edge eXtensible HyperText Mark-up Language/CSS markup. My sites fully validate with the W3C standards for XHTML/CSS, as well as comply with the W3C's WAI - A, AA, or AAA standards. Separation of Content from presentation and a site that fully complies with this philosophy - will reach more than just your intended audience, it'll reach everyone! Web standards at FierceStreet Networks is all about usability - XHTML for content, and CSS for presentation.

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