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  • n. Plural form of standardista.


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  • One concern of "standardistas" is that Microsoft might put your page into Compatibility Mode based on data it collects about user experience with the page.


  • I know that the hand coders and the standardistas out here in web page land will take to RDF without your help.

    Web Teacher › Dear Adobe, Here’s an idea for you

  • This comment was originally posted on Twitter standardistas said at 11am on Nov 11th # |

    New microsyntax for Twitter: three pointers and the slasher | FactoryCity

  • It seems unlikely that the maverick standardistas in Group 1 are daunted by the prospect of implementing the additional granularity of XFN.

    Portable contact lists and the case against XFN | FactoryCity

  • Ok, so the standardistas decry using tables for layouts, using divs and css is the one true way.

    On using tables for html layouts : #comments

  • Neuman and others like Finn and Ravitch are busy, so busy, trying to make like good progressives, rather than the iron-fisted test and punish standardistas they were just a few months back.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Despite the unrelenting strength of their popularity, non-XMPP instant messaging services like AIM and MSN are described as "legacy" networks by XMPP standardistas.

    Ars Technica

  • Sorry standardistas, but Flash is still the best way to make video content accessible to the largest number of users. Latest blog entries

  • Web pages are not the only type of internet destination, even though the ever vocal standardistas seem to think that's what everyone wants. full roast blend

  • Web standardistas lament the outdated HTML and CSS support by IE6, but the biggest reason you should drop the browser stat is security, security, security.



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