Archived posts, February 2010
Using the “Web Page, complete” (or similarly named) option when saving a page with a web browser will often change the markup.
Due to lack of support in Internet Explorer 6, web developers have been avoiding some very useful CSS 2.1 selectors. It’s time to start using them.
If you use the CSS that comes with sIFR, Apple’s VoiceOver screen reader will not read the replaced text. But there is a simple fix.
Make sure the alt text most browsers display when an image cannot be rendered is readable. If necessary, specify a text colour for images.
Two simple rules when replying to emails that contain multiple questions: reply inline and do not assume that the recipient will see any formatting.
ATAG addresses software that is used to create websites or manage the content of websites, but is unfortunately ignored by many creators of such software.
Instead of spreading CSS intended for different media types over several files, you can use @media rules to combine them into a single file and reduce the number of HTTP requests.