Archived posts, March 2004
A CSS tutorial by Joe Gillespie.
Dave Shea’s A List Apart article CSS Sprites: Image Slicing’s Kiss of Death.
Jeffrey Veen shares some tips on how to give better presentations.
Jesper Tverskov claims that ABBR and ACRONYM are for user agents, not for end users.
I’m always on the lookout for helpful online writing resources, and recently I’ve found a couple of good ones. Even…
A whole bunch of links to accessibility resources.
Matthew Mullenweg makes an analogy between HTML + CSS code and food.
Dave Shea shares some CSS problem solving tricks.
Effectively increasing search engine ranking with W3C Accessibility guidelines and Section 508
The title of this entry may not mean much to most of my readers since it is in Swedish. The…
James Craig asks at what point accessibility becomes the user’s responsibility.
Chris Heilmann describes what you should and should not do to make him (and many others) use your web site.
A pre-release version of Opera 7.5, finally available for the Mac.
Joe Clark explains how to make attractive and accessible web sites.
Apple’s screen reading technology, scheduled for delivery in the next major release of Mac OS X.
Ethan Marcotte demonstrates how to style <hr />-elements by using the content property.
I’ve been following Dan Cederholm’s SimpleQuiz series since the beginning, and find it a great way to figure out the…
A nice article on creating structured tables.
From A List Apart #174: How to make links to pop-up windows accessible.
In Usability and Fly-Out Menus D. Keith Robinson writes about the (lack of) usability of most implementations of fly-out (a.k.a….
D. Keith Robinson presents a few ideas on educating clients.
Cameron Adams has made a few examples of how HTML forms can be styled with CSS.
A checklist to help you remember important accessibility features.