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Access Matters » Blog Archive » Speaking ALT Text
May 15, 2005 ... Speaking ALT Text. “An educated consumer is our best customer.” So says the advertising slogan for an East Coast clothier (U.S.). ...
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Access Matters » Blog Archive » Quiz 1.1.4: Image Replacement ...
May 8, 2005 ... Using spatial navigation, accessing the Phark Image Replacement and sIFR is impossible using regular spatial navigation. ...
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Access Matters » Blog Archive » Quiz 4.1.2: How do CSS layout ...
Jun 26, 2005 ... Quiz 4.1.2: How do CSS layout variations affect assistive technology - part 1. WCAG 2.0, section 4.1 says “Use technologies according to ...
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Access Matters » Index of JavaScript tests
Index of JavaScript tests. This page consolidates links to our series of JavaScript tests. Quiz 4.1.4: JavaScript - Part 1: Navigating links ...
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Access Matters » Blog Archive » Very quiet at Access Matters
Apr 18, 2008 ... 3 Responses to “Very quiet at Access Matters”. Anthony Ettinger Says: April 18th, 2008 at 1:42 pm. Regardless, congrats on finding fulltime ...
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Access Matters » Blog Archive » Quiz 2.1.1: Are Access Keys Useful?
Apr 15, 2005 ... B I include access keys, but have no idea if people find them helpful. ... applications I find the case to be A, I find them useful and my ...
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Access Matters » Blog Archive » Today’s AJAX and DHTML Best Practices
Leg one: Perhaps the single most enlightening current article that helps us .... This looks to be another interesting series of articles, although I am a ...
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Access Matters » Blog Archive » Quiz 1.1.8: ALT text or Title text?
Oct 1, 2005 ... In such cases, the alternate text should be the empty string (alt=”"). Authors are in any case advised to avoid using images to format pages ...
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Access Matters » Blog Archive » Quiz 1.1.4: Image Replacement ...
May 8, 2005 ... If I turn off images, only Gilder / Levin Image Replacement keeps working. But only as long as I do not resize the page. ...
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Test case for Access Matters Quiz - Speaking form labels - 4
Test case for Quiz: Speaking form labels - 4. The form in this test includes two properly labeled form fields with an extra paragraph between them. ...
 
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