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Newsletter Archives - December 2011


Alexa 100 Accessibility Errors

An overview of WAVE errors on the top 100 U.S. home pages.


WebAIM Web Accessibility Training

WebAIM has scheduled our next two-day training for March 28-29, 2012.

Tips and Resources

Back to Basics: Skip to Main Content Links

Terrill Thompson provides a scripted approach to ensuring "skip" links work properly across web browsers.

How Expensive is Accessibility?

Is accessibility free? Karl Groves takes a stab at this complex question.

Usability vs. Accessibility

While there are common elements between usability and accessibility, there are some important differences.

Speaker Information and Handouts from Accessing Higher Ground 2011

Couldn't make it to Accessing Higher Ground this year? Here is what you missed!

From WAI-ARIA to HTML5 and Back... or Maybe Not?

All about the evolution of WAI-ARIA to HTML5 and back.

BS8878's One Year Anniversary

Jonathan Hassell reports on the effectiveness of BS8878.

Quick Tip: Data Tables

Because data tables are presented and navigated differently by screen readers than layout tables, it is vital that data tables be marked up to support accessibility. Row and/or column headers should be identified as such (using the <th> tag) and given an appropriate scope designating that header as a column header or a row header (<th scope="col"> or <th scope="row">). For most tables, this markup will ensure that each data cell is programmatically associated with its appropriate row and/or column headers.

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