The first in what I hope is a series of simple techniques to get around problems that at first sight might seem impossible. I like to say that everything is possible given a bit of thought*.
This technique is for when you need to place a background-image more than 100% to the right of the page.
A DTD (document type definition) tells the browser what version of (X)HTML you are coding your web page in. Standards compliant pages must contain a DTD as the first item on the page otherwise it will not validate. Which one should you use?
This problem manifested itself when a user clicked submit from a form that had been loaded in using AJAX to a jQuery UI dialog box.
Everything was fine in my development browsers, but in IE the user would be posted off to a new page.
The accesskey attribute has been part of the HTML specification for over ten years and its purpose is to give keyboard users a shortcut to access a specific area of the page or to jump to a different page. In HTML5 the accesskey may be used on any element, but do web developers still need to use it?