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This is the monthly archive for March 2006.

31 March 2006

CSS Accessibility

A useful overview of most important accessible CSS techniques. Start here if you're new to the subject.

Accessibility, CSS | Permalink

16 March 2006

Levels of CSS knowledge

An attempt at categorizing CSS knowledge.

CSS | Permalink

15 March 2006

Live from Real-World AJAX New York

Jep Castelein made notes during the Real-World AJAX seminar, which featured quite a few interesting speakers.

Conferences | Permalink

Comments on community

To allow comments or not to allow comments. Jeremy ponders the question. 'Comments should be disabled 90% of the time.'

Blogging | Permalink

Designing for: The Web Standards Project

Andy Clarke about the WaSP redesign.

WaSP | Permalink

WaSP redesign

WaSP redesigns.

WaSP | Permalink

JS Generics

Erik Arvidsson's little library that ports the Mozilla Array and String extensions to other browsers. Useful.

Core | Permalink

A (Re)-Introduction to JavaScript

Simon explains JavaScript concisely and with slides.

JavaScript | Permalink

Interview with Derek Featherstone

Very useful overview of the state of affairs in accessibility

Accessibility | Permalink

Results for JavaScript - Part 2: Navigating forms

Which screen readers support which events?

Accessibility, Events | Permalink


See the February 2006 archive.

This is the linklog of Peter-Paul Koch, mobile platform strategist, consultant, and trainer. You can also visit his QuirksBlog, or you can follow him on Twitter.

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