Bite Size Standards, conceived by John Oxton, is a site that should be bookmarked or newsreader fed. Their preamble states,
“Bite Size Standards aims to offer concise web development tutorials, tips and tricks. Written by designers and developers who are passionate about web standards.”
And, then they’ve got this,
Search engine optimization
Why would you suppose a web standards site should offer tutorials about SEO.
Perhaps, because it’s necessary.
All sites benefit from SEO.
An interesting irony is that sites developed with web standards and meet accessibility guidelines are fundamentally optimized for search engines. Everyone should know that.
Presently, Bite Size Standards represents advanced web development: in it’s published tutorials, in it’s published tips and tricks and—More Importantly—in it’s source code. And, it is optimized for search engines and social bookmarking services. They’ve selected the latest advancements in web development and applied them on their site.
Monkey, or reverse-engineer, that code and you’ll have a state-of-the-art site.
At least, for a few months anyway.