Archived posts, December 2007

Choose an accessible image replacement method

When you have to use image replacement for text, choose a method that causes as few problems as possible for as few people as possible.

Posted on December 3, 2007 in CSS

The Email Standards Project launches

A project that will work with email client developers and web designers to improve web standards support and accessibility in HTML email has been launched.

Posted on December 5, 2007 in Web Standards

Choosing a JavaScript framework

There is a large number of JavaScript libraries or frameworks available. But how do you choose which one to use?

Posted on December 10, 2007 in JavaScript

Accessibility is part of your job

James Edwards notes that as Web professionals we owe it to ourselves and our clients to do our jobs properly, which means taking accessibility seriously.

Posted on December 14, 2007 in Accessibility

Overdoing accessibility

Some accessibility features are commonly misused or overused by well-meaning developers, in some cases leading to decreased accessibility.

Posted on December 17, 2007 in Accessibility

DOM Assistant updated to 2.5, adds CSS selector support

Robert Nyman’s JavaScript library DOM Assistant has been updated to version 2.5, and now has support for CSS selectors.

Posted on December 19, 2007 in JavaScript

Internet Explorer 8 announced, passes the Acid2 test

The next version of Internet Explorer will be called IE 8, and passed the Acid2 test, meaning it has support for much wanted CSS features.

Posted on December 21, 2007 in Browsers, Web Standards

456 Berea Street highlights of 2007

A list of some of the most popular and most discussed articles published here during 2007.

Posted on December 21, 2007 in Web General