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On 12/02/2009, at 1:04 PM, Brett Patterson wrote:
I was wondering why there was no implementation to allow a semi-
transparent background color using CSS? If there is, is there a link
On 30/01/2009, at 2:36 AM, Simon Pascal Klein wrote:
I’d expect clean, accessible, and semantic code from a front-end
developer. Bah—sorry to hear you had such a negative experience. I
think we all end up taking a bite from the sour end of the pie at
some point in our profession, and, in
Hi there - was wondering if there's anyone on the list who works in
government and is considering WCAG2. We're looking at this in NZ, and
I'd be keen to have a chat about your experiences (and offer my own).
How about first considering and then implementing the inclusion of Local
in our attempts to improve our accessibility we want to get a version
My prime question being, is there a developer version that will
adequately do the job with out having to buy the full version?
Further to that, are there any suggestions as to where we can purchase
What would be more a productive use of your time David is validating
And there is plenty of We are still moving into our new site...
please bear with us... stuff that still needs to be written.
Just a suggestion.
On 5/08/2008, at 12:34 PM, David Fuller - magickweb wrote:
as to say look at the theory of developing specifics for IE6. There is a
gaining movement around to start phasing out IE6 support - look at 37signals,
I think they begin IE6 phase out this week or next. They've done their maths
and taken a gamble. Hopefully it'll spark something.
Unsure about best practice approach for acronym within a link, which
may not be ether of these examples...
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a href=http://.co.nz/rss/; acronym title=Real Simple
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