One day to go! What is considered one of the most intriguing and awe-inspiring web events around, will take place in London on Tue 25th and Fri 26th.
Archive for Accessibility
In the last few days I found myself facing a tough question: are pre-filled input fields considered accessible yet? It took me some time, asking my colleagues and consulting accessibility experts, to find out a possible answer.
Keeping the content in order of priority improves the accessibility of your pages. How to use CSS to achieve any column layout, while keeping the most relevant content highest on the page?
Carsten Cumbrowsky’s article on Search Engine Journal provide us a long and pretty list of questions that a website owner should ask himself about his website. I think it could hardly be considered a final list… so, as the author himself suggested, feel free to discuss about it!
Chris Pearson decided to publish the essential guide to semantic Web markup for blogs. Learn it, live it, and benefit from it.
Podcasts from this year’s @media (London, June 7th-8th) are now available, including audio and slides.
Roger Johansson tell us on 456 Berea Street that the best way of explaining how people actually use assistive technology is by watching experienced users.
Web Accessibility Toolbar 2.0 beta for Internet Explorer is now available. It provides a variety of tools for quickly creating, understanding, and troubleshooting Web pages.
From an accessibility point of view, user style sheet is a powerful tool for people with a vision impairment. But per-site user style sheet could be useful also for customising the aspect of common use applications.
Sortable, resizable, editable and accessible tables? Now it is possible using TableKit, a collection of HTML table enhancements based on the Prototype framework
Avviva Directory provides a useful list containing 31 interesting tools for “grading” your website: code validation, accessibility, speed, browser simulators and Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
To improve the content of his next book (pubblication date: winter 2008), Luke Wroblewski has created a blog to talk about the design of Web Forms, the most crucial online interactions.
A comprehensive explanation of what is comprised in the term and what not. At the end of the article, a list of resources for learning more.
Roger Johansson, author of 456 Berea Street, explain us how to create elegant, resizable and accessible link buttons with Css.