Today sees 2 fabulous new dev.opera.com articles published:
1. Setting web type to a baseline grid, by Craig Grannell - another in Craig's classic series covering modern web design basics.
2. Supporting IE with conditional comments, by our very own Bruce Lawson. In this 2008 remix of his classic conditional comments article, Bruce gives a modern perspective on using IE conditional comments sensibly to support older versions of IE without resorting to CSS hacks.
Bruce also held the fort on dev.opera.com admirably while I was on paternity leave for 2 weeks, publishing another 3 great new articles:
3. The freelancing business part 2: budgeting your projects, by R Blank. Part 2 of R's 6 part series on the business of web design/software development freelancing
4. Rich HTML editing in the browser, part 1, by Olav Junker Kjaer. Part 1 of Olav's series on rich HTML editing using designMode, contentEditable, etc.
5. Introduction to WAI-ARIA, by Gez Lemon. A milestone article - Gez delivers the most complete article yet on ARIA basics, helping to demystify it a lot. We will follow this up with more accessibility gems in the near future.
I hope you enjoy these - let me know if you have any comments, or thoughts on articles you'd like to see on dev.opera.com!