The Web should be made accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of any disabilities they might have.
Things to keep in mind when making web pages viewable and usable in mobile browsers.
A discussion on how to represent the distinction between visited and unvisited links.
Guidelines (in Swedish) for developing and designing websites for the Swedish public sector.
Zeldman shares his feelings on drop-down menus.
An excellent article on text-only alternatives and accessibility.
Trenton Moss takes a look at common accessibility problems on many major websites.
Many accessibility techniques provide information that is hidden from most users.
Five questions that managers and site owners should be asking their web developers.
tabindex attributes to links can cause accessibility problems.
Arguments against the “statistics defence” many people use as an excuse for ignoring accessibility.
An excellent guide to creating accessible web forms.
Derek Featherstone points out that the default link styles of most browsers don’t follow the WCAG.
Jim Byrne examines four ways of defining what makes a website accessible.
Kevin Leitch claims that
accessibility is little more than a myth. Read the comments for an interesting discussion.
Joe Clark has posted a huge list of links to web standards and accessibility resources.
Alt Tags have tested 408 Californian city websites for accessibility and usability, with disappointing results. 89 % of the websites…
In his article When Semantic Markup Goes Bad, Matthew Thomas writes about why always replacing <i> and <b> with <em>…
Cameron Adams on why styling form elements is often a bad idea.
Derek Featherstone presents guidelines for teaching web users about accessibility.