These posts are short comments on longer articles posted elsewhere. They vary in length, and some have interesting discussions going on in the comments.
An accessibility primer for web designers.
Different ways of dealing with CSS cascading.
Create balanced colour schemes and see what they look like to people with various colour vision deficiencies.
caption element can be quite tricky to style.
There are cases where
span is the most appropriate element to use.
A presentation on accessibility problems with site navigation.
Notes from Joe Clark’s accessibility presentations at Web Essentials ‘04.
Don’t want spammers in your referrer logs? Here’s how to get rid of them.
Molly reveals some under-described CSS features.
A three-part series of articles on block-level and inline-level elements in HTML and CSS.
Read about web standards and accessibility in eight languages.
No, we haven’t heard it all before. Not enough, anyway.
View the properties of any HTML element on a page.
Check your colours for accessibility, complete with yummy sliders.
Designing for low-vision people is dramatically different.
A web standards and accessibility conference in London, this summer.
It’s here. Now there’s no excuse for any web professional to not buy a Mac.
I received a package in the mail today.
How to deal with the fact that people tend to ignore navigation tools.
Dave Hyatt is forced by other browsers to make Safari disregard the CSS standard.