21 Jan 2010 Ferado

10 Ways To Make Your XHTML Site Accessible Using Web Standards

10 Ways To Make Your XHTML Site Accessible Using Web Standards

In 2009, Smashing Magazine wrote up a great article about the 10 ways to improve the accessibility of your XHTML website by making it standards-compliant. A few of the things they touched up on were specifying the correct DOCTYPE, one thing we seems to ignore because most of the time our IDEs generate this for us; defining the namespace and the default language; supplying proper meta tags. They go ahead and list 10 of them.

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Again, a great article. I like to brush up on the article every few months so I can save time in the long run.

[source href=”http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/06/18/10-ways-to-make-your-site-accessible-using-web-standards/”]

18 Jun 2009 Ferado

10 Browser Testing Tools

10 Browser Testing Tools

I’ve been doing a lot of Quality Assurance for my #1 Client, and in addition to being fully thorough, it’s good to have a bunch of tools under your belt. Rather than re-blog about it, I’ll share with you a blog about 10 Browser Testing Tools. He says they’re for designers, I say they’re for anyone that works with the web. You can be a Developer, Designer, Quality Assurance Engineer or even a Project Manager – these tools are for you!

[source src=”http://bryanconnor.com/2009/06/10-browser-testing-tools/”]