These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin.
The Web Developer Toolbar can help you perform some manual accessibility checks.
Seth Godin’s ebook is currently available as a free download.
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Why do many decision makers, project managers, and tool manufacturers prevent us from doing things right?
Chris Heilmann makes a good analysis of most clients’ current attitude to web accessibility.
Screen readers speak content in the order it is in the markup, not in the order it is displayed on-screen.
A good summary of techniques for specifying the language of content.
Data tables styled with CSS.
One of my favourite bloggers is calling it quits. Very sad news.
Helps keep your CSS as valid as your markup.
Stop looking for excuses not to use web standards.
A set of CSS rules to use as a starting point.
Required reading if you use Scott Andrew LePera’s addEvent() event handler script.
Use CSS to improve the markup of HTML emails.
A slight modification of the footerStick method for positioning a footer with CSS.
Great news from the IE Blog. Now where’s the Mac version?
Russ Weakley covers more than the basics in this one.
When project managers who do not know about web standards run the show.
Read this if you use ASP.NET.