Newsletter Archives - May 2010
Our popular Microsoft Word article has been updated to include changes and new features in Word 2010.
Future Web Accessibility Blog Series
Aaron Andersen presents three more posts on the future web accessibility. All three detail new accessibility features included in HTML5.
- Future Web Accessibility: HTML5 Semantic Elements
- Future Web Accessibility: New <input> Types in HTML5
- Future Web Accessibility: HTML5 <input> Extensions
This site is dedicated to provide information regarding the new proposed rules, and allow for discussion of the new rules.
Tips and Resources
You don't have to dumb down content for users to understand, plain language is more than using common words.
Accessibility efforts are failing (according to the author). How do we bring web accessibility back to the design forefront? Kill it off.
There is some debate about the usefulness of accesskeys, but if you choose to use them, their values must be unique.
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