I’ve just launched a new website, cleanwebdevelopment.com, where I’ll blog about web development from now on. It’s not just a blog though, my main goal is to create a complete guide on how to create efficient, flexible, high performing websites with a base in clean HTML and web standards.
With that said, head over to The Guide and read about my definition of Clean Web Development and let me know if I’ve messed up something.
[...] Separately, web standards, accessibility, on-page SEO and a mobile responsive web are important but together they are extremely powerful. What’s even better is that they’re part of the same positive spiral, by making one part better the other will benefit as well. The foundation for all of these disciplines is clean HTML, proper use of DOM elements and clearly structured content.[...]