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Category Archives: Accessibility
For the past week or so I have been investigating the possibility of creating a WYSIWYG editor that actually produced php markdown code, as opposed to mark up. After reviewing the situation, and comments by others, I believe that although … Continue reading
I spent most of this afternoon, and a good part of this evening updating Quirm.net. Things might have gone a little quicker if WS_FTP had behaved itself and actually synchronised. An updated design, which may change, an all new CMS … Continue reading
Is there a maximum number of links you should have on a single page? In theory you could have any number but after a certain amount the page will surely become too unwieldy. I ask because I was recently discussing … Continue reading
Following on from Access Keys – a user centered approach I am now releasing a php Accesskey Class, This is far more portable than a series of functions, and hopefully easier to understand.
Many developers who are aware of the WAI and checkpoint 9.5 ‘Provide keyboard shortcuts to important links’, have recently avoided the use of accesskeys due to inherent problems. John Foliot, along with Derek Featherstone, of Wats.ca have long been advocates … Continue reading