On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 9:35 PM, Gonzalo González Mora [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 11:25 PM, dwain [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Dwain, You might find this article interesting:
On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 11:39 PM, Thierry Koblentz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://tjkdesign.com/articles/user_defined_accesskeys.asp thanks thierry, i know this will be a good one. cheers, dwain -- Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither
i'm slowly bringing my web site up to better accessibility standards and i have a few more things to do like add a skip nav link and access keys. Before you add accesskeys, check out http://www.wcagsamurai.org/errata/errata.html#GL9 ... basically the errata captures best practice methodology as
On Sat, Sep 6, 2008 at 1:55 AM, Ben Buchanan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Before you add accesskeys, check out http://www.wcagsamurai.org/errata/errata.html#GL9 hoo hah, that's some pretty heavy stuff. what an eye opener. i guess i've done about all i can do except for a skip nav to content link.
has anyone experienced invalid code with paypal's shopping cart? if you did have validation problems was it easy to fix and still get to the cart? i'm getting ready to implement it on my site and this has me a bit concerned. -- Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little
Hi Folks, In case you are interested... Roger Hudson has written a detailed article called Accessible Forms using WCAG 2.0. The article provides practical advice about the preparation of accessible HTML forms. http://www.usability.com.au/resources/wcag2/ More importantly, it compares the WCAG
I can't figure out why it has to load the process three times in order to run. To be able to kill locked up tabs or windows without having to kill the browser sounds like a nice feature to me ... about time! First i thought it felt
On 6 Sep 2008, at 04:12, Marius Milcher wrote: Has anyone noticed how Hotmail is 'unavailable' in Chrome?? Recommending one upgrades to either: IE, FF or Safari. Could this be a snub by Microsoft?? Innocent browser compatability issue? What's the opinion? Seconds out...Round 3 They
They block themselves too. Google has a history of browser sniffing and blocking browsers such as Opera. On Google groups for example, they block Opera, Safari *and* Chrome when trying to change your profile photo. I'm sure there are other examples too as the block Opera on many sites.