Archived posts, November 2009
The results from WebAIM's October 2009 screen reader user survey have been posted. Some results are expected while others can be a bit surprising.
The new W3C website has a new and very good summary of the why, what, and how of Web accessibility.
There appears to be no single solution to heading structure in HTML that fits all situations, but as I see it there are two choices.
The web developer tool for Safari and other WebKit-based browsers has just received a number of improved and new features worth checking out.
Vendor-specific extensions, even if written according to the CSS 2.1 grammar, use property names and values that are not defined in the CSS specification and are invalid.
Looking for input from screen reader users with regards to the usefulness of the summary attribute for data tables and the information provided in it.
News on what we can expect from the next version of Internet Explorer: highlights include improved performance, CSS 3 selectors, and better text rendering.
At cssquirrel.com, Kyle Weems turns hot web related topics into enjoyable comics that should make a lot of web geeks smile.
Jeffrey Zeldman on how the stricter and clearer rules of XHTML 1.0 made many web professionals improve their markup.