WCAG 2.0 released as Candidate Recommendation: Test Drivers Wanted

The WCAG working group sent out this information this week. They want testing and feedback from people who implement the candidate recommendation on working web sites. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Working Group is excited to announce the publication of WCAG 2.0 as a W3C Candidate Recommendation on 30 April. WCAG 2.0 explains how … Continue reading “WCAG 2.0 released as Candidate Recommendation: Test Drivers Wanted”

A Look at SynthaSite

The final free web page building tool I know about is SynthaSite. This will end the series about free online web building tools that include Weebly, SiteKreator, and Webnode. I’ve been writing corresponding how-to articles about each of these tools for eHow. If you are interested in exploring these sites from a personal use prospective … Continue reading “A Look at SynthaSite”

Review: Design Accessible Web Sites

Summary: A good resource product Design Accessible Web Sites: 36 Keys to Creating Content for All Audiences and Platforms Rating: 4/5 This book, by Jeremy J Sydik, is from the Pragmatic Bookshelf series (2007). It covers the full range of accessibility topics from basics such as introductions to the various types of disabilities to more … Continue reading “Review: Design Accessible Web Sites”

eHow Articles for October

Here is a list of the how to articles I wrote for eHow in the month of October. Take a look. How to Find Free Alternatives to Installing Microsoft Office Applications How to Migrate a Self-Hosted Blogger Blog to a Self-Hosted WordPress Blog How to Use Opera’s Mini Simulator to See Your Website on a … Continue reading “eHow Articles for October”

WebTeacher Tips

Tips on this blog Dreamweaver Tips Form new Habits for Working with CSS in Dreamweaver CC Using the Dreamweaver CC Layout Grid Finding the CSS3 possibilities in Dreamweaver 5.5 Using jQuery Mobile in Dreamweaver CS 5.5 The Secret of Building a Table in Dreamweaver Using Dreamweaver to add labels to forms Adapting Dreamweaver CSS layouts … Continue reading “WebTeacher Tips”