These examples use Adobe Acrobat Pro 8 for Mac. Other versions of Acrobat Pro may not function exactly the same, although it will be similar. Begin by selecting the TouchUp Object Tool. You can select this tool using the menu … Continue reading
A Useful Alt Text Decision Tree Added to HTML5 at the W3C. Then Dey Alaxander wrote Text Alternatives for Images: A Decision Tree at 4 syllables. Here’s a podcast from The Web Ahead with a discussion with Jen Simmons about Responsive Images … Continue reading
I posted a few tips on using good alt text on my BlogHer Blog today. The post is called “Are you creating barriers to your blog content?” Technorati Tags: web design, accessibility Visit Web Teacher to read any comments.
This one was news to me. Why alt text needs punctuation MacTips — Miraz on Macs, web design and other matters. Thanks for the tip, Miraz. I for one will take your advice! Visit Web Teacher to read any comments.
Access Matters – Blog Archive – Speaking ALT Text The excellent new site Access Matters has provided recordings of how Jaws, Window Eyes, and Home Page Reader handle alt text or the lack of alt text. Very enlightening to hear … Continue reading
The standards set in WCAG 2.0 state: Guideline 1.1 Text Alternatives: Provide text alternatives for any non-text content so that it can be changed into other forms people need, such as large print, braille, speech, symbols or simpler language. Among … Continue reading
When new bloggers get started on WordPress, they need to understand the basics of what Categories and Tags are. Both can help people find the content they want on your blog, but they serve slightly different purposes. Categories are big. … Continue reading