Jeremy Keith is an Irish web developer living in Brighton, England where he works with the web consultancy firm Clearleft. He wrote the books, DOM Scripting, Bulletproof Ajax, and most recently HTML5 For Web Designers.
Articles by Jeremy Keith
Jeremy Keith loads up his sleigh this year with a nifty mobile-first approach that responds to onscreen conditions. So, no matter the size of your Christmas stocking, there’s something the right size to fill it.
11 12/2009 Incite A Riot
Jeremy Keith issues a call to arms over how passages of dialogue are marked up in HTML, and more specifically, in HTML5. Stand firm, good designers and developers of the web, and don’t let poorly worded specs lead the people astray!
8 12/2008 The IE6 Equation
Jeremy Keith does the maths and presents an interesting equation to help you to decide when to put the effort into providing support for Internet Explorer 6, and when to fall back on pre-existing shortcuts. Browser support is always a tricky business, so why not roll in some complex algebra too?
18 12/2006 Boost Your Hyperlink Power
Jeremy Keith appraises the humble hyperlink and highlights some of the more interesting, and perhaps lesser-known attributes that can be used to enrich the semantic value of your links. Consider it something to mull over whilst you polish off that gingerbread.
Jeremy Keith is a man of many words – most of them stolen. Thanks to this nifty technique for enhancing the display of block quotes, at least you’ll know where he got them from. But don’t quote me on that.