The Web should be made accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of any disabilities they might have.
The top five reasons not to force links to open in new windows.
A checklist for evaluating a website’s usability and accessibility.
When browser vendors bend the standards and implement something in a different way than what the specification states, they may…
A tutorial on creating accessible Flash content.
Basic tips for checking accessibility.
Thoughts on accessibility and the use of automated checking tools.
Guidelines and examples that help you create accessible and usable web forms.
When quoting text in HTML, there are several ways of marking up the quoted text. Which way you choose depends…
A screen reader emulator extension for Firefox.
Back in the nineties, using frames to split a browser window into several independent parts was very popular. Much due…
The current state of accessibility of PDF documents.
A study of users who work with screen readers.
Some interesting observations on image replacement.
How a screen reader pronounces some common title separators.
Some interesting ideas on how adoption of modern web browsers can be sped up.
A quick and dirty introduction to accessibility.
Avoid using tables for layout, but make sure to use them, and use them properly, for tabular data. This article explains how to make HTML data tables accessible.
I came across an interesting discussion on title separators the other day: What’s your favourite blip? at The Man in…
Two very different approaches to creating websites.
A guide to setting up and using the text-only browser Lynx.