This site features helpful hints, in-depth exercises, and book reviews. It’s the site that I want to have handy when I need to remember how to do something and what to look out for. It’s primary focus is standards-based web development with an eye towards accessibility.

It’s primarily written by Ted Drake, although guest writers are welcome to add to the discussion. If you would like to write something for this blog or to re-publish an existing story, please contact Ted: ted@tdrake.net.

Last-child is named after a CSS3 selector that lets you target the last object in a document tree. I also chose the name because I’m the youngest of 6 kids.

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Accessibility is more than making sure images have alternate text. I work with engineers, product managers, and designers to understand how accessibility impacts the users, set realistic deadlines, and create the solutions to provide a delightful experience to all users, regardless of their physical, sensory, or cognitive ability.

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