Posts Tagged ‘w3c’

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Accessibility in the world of Web 2.0

2 June 2010 | Alex Christie

The internet is constantly changing, which is why the the WCAG 1.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) have finally been updated to WCAG 2.0. This version takes into account the ever-increasing changes in the technology used on the [...]

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The mobile web – Part 1: The real mobile web and the mobileOK validator

18 January 2010 | Alex Christie

One of the biggest misunderstandings most people have when talking about the mobile web, is that they usually assume that it refers to the web when viewed through a smart-phone device, such as an iPhone. [...]

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The new W3C website and its overhauled accessibility section

11 November 2009 | Alex Christie

On the 13th of October 2009, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) launched their new website. There was a bit of an uproar when people ran the new site through the W3C’s very own HTML [...]

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HTML 5: Its impact on the future of web design and development

8 July 2009 | Alex Christie

The fundamental core of web design is due to be shaken up, when HTML 5.0 and Xhtml 2.0 are released. It’s a very interesting time for web designers, especially when two of the fundamental tools [...]