I have been slowly sorting through my Delicious bookmarks and come to realise there are some real gems in there! But rather than you trolling through my entire Delicious collection I will try to hand pick out the best of them and post them here!
This weeks focus is on Accessibility and WAI-ARIA; happy sponging!
After reading this article, you’ll understand what ARIA is for, how to integrate it into your sites, and how you can use it now to make even the simplest of sites more accessible.
The WAI ARIA specification defines a set of specialised “landmark” roles. These roles provide a method to programmatically identify commonly found sections of web page content in a consistent way.
There’s so much to think about when building a web site that it is easy to leave things out, or forget about important considerations. One of the most important of these is accessibility.
Part two of building an accessible site.
Almost from day one, Web designers began using table elements to control the layout or presentation of information on a Web page. This is what they are actually used for!
It can be time consuming to make web forms both pretty and accessible. This post from A List Apart certainly makes it easier!
If you only read one this, read this one; it is truly fantastic article! This document aims to provide web developers and others with practical advice about the preparation of accessible HTML forms.
This article examines the problem and steps, towards creating an keyboard accessible Google Maps solution.
This page shows how the WCAG 1.0 checkpoints relate to WCAG 2.0, which was published 11 December 2008.
No accessibility list would be complete without the guidelines themselves. Not a small document but one I have come to know inside-out, upside-down!
Have a website in your bookmarks that you use for a similar topic? Why not contribute it to the discussion…