Archived posts, February 2008
Accessibility is sometimes harder to get into than it should be. The documentation is hard to read and we can all do a little bit more to help each other.
Since more and more clients are asking about open source options for content management and portal software, I’m looking for suggestions and recommendations.
Make sure your website is available whether or not the visitor has typed www in front of your domain name.
When using getElementById to get a reference to an element via the id attribute, IE may return an element whose name attribute contains the value you’re matching.
Jeremy Sydik explains how to design accessible websites without focusing too much on guidelines and ticking checkboxes, choosing a more pragmatic approach instead.
Version targeting as it has been presented is an incredibly bad idea to force upon the minority of people in the web industry who have a clue.
The WCAG Samurai have released version 1 of their list of corrections for and updates to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.