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I am working on a little widget that uses the html5 video tag on one of my test sites: I wanted to display related information when the video is playing. The sibling selector makes this easy. Here’s the basic markup <li> <video>…</video> <p>…</p> </li> I wanted the paragraph to appear when the video is […]

I’ve been using a little CSS trickery to hide content and data from the average user. I hate to mention it too often as it can open pandora’s box. There was a recent thread on the Microformat’s discussion list about this very topic. The gist of many programmers is that data worth sharing is data […]

The detour around flash for accessibility Yahoo! Tech’s home page features a flash-based media space that highlights stories, comparisons, buying guides, blog posts, and more. Making this accessible required a bit of trial and error, but the solution was simple and can be used by sites everywhere. Step 1. Inserting the flash object The site […]

I’ve been a recent convert to Design Meltdown. The site disects a visual theme and gives examples on how to use them and where they are being used. While exploring the latest post about sketches for the web, I noticed an interesting approach to the visited pages. The Breakdown The site has a series of […]

I’ve played around with IE7 for a while, but haven’t really started debugging with it until now. Fortunately, I’ve already set up the site to use conditional comments and deliver an IE6.css file and a separate IE7.css file. This has made it much easier to target the offending areas of the site. IE7 has had […]


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