Category Archives: Accessibility

My views on accessibility and usability within web site design

Inaccessible sites

Web accessibility is a growing field, the rest of the world just needs to catch up with the few that are dedicated to it. However there are various sites out there that laud and honour accessible sites. I think it … Continue reading

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Google introduces Closed Captioning

Finally, Caption Playback. Ken Harrenstien is deaf, and he works for Google. He obviously had a vested interest in this particular project. Of course a side benefit is that it will allow for easier searching through video’s to find possible … Continue reading

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The Apprentice UK

Love or loathe him, Alan Sugar is a considerable force to be reckoned with. I watched the first two series of The Apprentice with interest, not just to see the antics of the contestants but to see Alan in action. … Continue reading

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Markdown Toolbar Released

I have released version 1 of Markdown Toolbar over on

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I found this wonderful little quote: Note that apparently /euphoria/ is properly spelled in lowercase italics. When speaking the name out loud, LucasArts requests that you lean forward approximately twenty degrees. Original source:…

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php markdown accessible toolbar

Last month I wrote about the possibility of creating a Toolbar for php markdown. Today I can finally allow access to my work in progress. Markdown Toolbar Development [updated: May 6th 2006]

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