This is a republished version of AOL’s DHTML Style Guide, as it appeared on January 27, 2013. It was captured via Internet Archive and republished with the hopes of keeping this important part of web development alive.
This article was originally written by Todd Kloots for the Yahoo! Accessibility Lab. It answers a very common problem for Mac computers and has been re-printed within the Intuit Accessibility blog with permission from Yahoo Accessibility. Full keyboard access isnâ€™t enabled by default in Mac OS. Often this leaves developers thinking there is something wrong […]
There’s an old programming saying: Garbage in, Garbage out. This helps people explain why all sorts of things don’t work. Concentrate on using the best content possible if you want a successful product, web page, mobile app, or chocolate covered cream puff. I’ve seen a new inaccessibility pattern appear with links that are not keyboard […]