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 […]

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