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Daniel Göransson introduced VoiceOver’s contradictory support for block level links on a mailing list for Apple accessibility. Specifically, Safari + VoiceOver on OSX allows the link to be announced as a single object, whereas on iOS, the link is announced as individual elements. Prior to HTML5, the link tag was an inline element and was […]

This presentation was created for the Mobile+Web Developer Conference in San Francisco, Jan. 2014 iOS 7 Accessibility from Ted Drake

Let’s assume you want to create a gradient background that starts at the top of the page and finishes at the bottom of your page header, i.e. is 100px tall. You can do this with a combination of CSS3 rules and avoid those ugly background images.

There’s a great page on the Mac site that lists exactly which CSS rules are supported by Safari. I’d love to see a grid of all major browsers and what CSS they support. While outdated, this CSS3 support grid is a nice start. Heck, maybe I’ll get off my duff and do one myself. If […]


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