Tag: Accessibility

Using the HTML title attribute

Some time ago, the title attribute took off like crazy. I’m confident it was as a result of some high profile SEO publications pushing it as another way to stuff your keywords into every single one of your pages. As with many of the gray SEO practices out there, there are many negative side effects […]

Posted: January 16, 2013

Physical Device & Viewport Sizes

LukeW | Data Monday: Physical Device & Viewport Sizes. Very interesting account of the current landscape of tablet devices and how Apple’s iPad Mini stands out in the crowd. I’ve been thinking a lot about this stuff lately, as I’m sure we all have. I think we can all agree that responsive Web design is […]

Posted: November 20, 2012

Avoiding IFRAMES via PHP and cURL

With IFRAMES being so outdated, there is an alternative using PHP and cURL

Posted: November 23, 2009

The Trouble with Lightbox (and its Variants)

Lightbox is a great image display technique for the modern Web, just be sure it’s still usable!

Posted: October 12, 2009

Building Functional Alt Sites using SWFAddress

When developing a full Flash website, it is very important to provide an effective alternate site for viewing. SWFAddress helps extensively with exactly that.

Posted: May 18, 2009

Working with canvas – Some Background and Basics

Canvas is an HTML element that provides a surface on which to draw with JavaScript

Posted: March 23, 2009

Respecting Color Contrast in Web Design

Color contrast is a very important aspect of Web design. Be sure to test your color contrast.

Posted: October 20, 2008

Current Events: Google’s Improved Flash Indexing

Google recently updated their indexing algorithm to include textual Flash content. Is that a good or bad thing?

Posted: July 07, 2008

Improving Your Process: Maintaining Product Quality

As a Web designer or developer, it’s important to make sure that your products remain top quality, regardless of any speed bumps you may encounter.

Posted: April 14, 2008

Current Events: Captioning Sucks!

Joe Clark and the Open & Closed Project have recently launched CaptioningSUCKS.com in an effort to spread awareness about the sad state of captioning online.

Posted: April 07, 2008