Archived posts, November 2007
Teach people how to use plain old semantic HTML to create valid, well-structured, accessible and interoperable websites.
A number of too common usability problems encountered on the Web.
Don’t blame the W3C for being slow when the real problem is browser vendors not implementing existing specifications fully and properly.
Using display:none does not always hide content from screen readers like JAWS and Window-Eyes, but there is a workaround.
How to avoid problems when updating a Mac that doubles as a server for web development from Tiger to Leopard.
Browser sniffing and deliberately preventing people using a so-called unsupported browser from entering a site is a thing from the past that we do not need these days.
By using the label element to associate form controls with their label text, you improve the accessibility of HTML forms and make styling and scripting them easier.
Should advanced search be called something else to sound more friendly and inviting, and would it make more people to use it when they need to?
A Getting Started guide for VoiceOver is available for download in a number of formats, including audio, PDF, and Braille.
Jeffrey Sambells and Aaron Gustafson explain the best practices of DOM scripting in an easy-to-read and straightforward way.