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@media session 11

Global Design – Characters, Language & More Richard Ishida Richard is the W3C’s Internationalisation Activity Lead. Character Encoding There are many options, but Unicode is the best – it supports many languages in a single character set – making it … Continue reading

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Playpen #7 – Flickr API

With my new-found ability to consume RSS (and by inference, any XML), my next challenge was to combine that with Playpen # 2 – Lightbox JS and the Flickr API and see what fun I could have. Firstly, I logged … Continue reading

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Atom Or RSS?

I’m thinking of providing XML feeds from my two photographic websites, cazphoto.co.uk and rugbypix.com. I have a clean sheet, and could either use the Atom standard or RSS. So which is best? Are there any significant differences? I’ve heard rumours … Continue reading

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