Archived posts, October 2007
A Firefox extension that remembers your text zoom level per site. Anyone know of a Safari alternative?
The US-based retailer Target has been sued for refusing to make their website accessible. The lawsuit has now been given class-action status.
Downloadable fonts in TrueType format are now supported by nightly builds of Apple WebKit. Will it catch on this time around?
By using CSS rules that make deprecated and potentially inaccessible markup clearly visible to the editor, you can help your clients maintain markup quality.
A set of fantastic videos that show how people with various disabilities use computers with the help of assistive technology.
When you cannot display a label for a text input field, use placeholder text in an unobtrusive way. This article explains how.
A rundown of the Mac OS X Web browsers that occupy space on my hard drive in late 2007.
It's encouraging to note that many of the new features in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard are not just visual bells and whistles, but are there to improve accessibility.
John Allsopp has written a couple of handy bookmarklets that help you troubleshoot CSS without having to install a browser extension.