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.
AJAX and DHTML have made web sites more interactive and easier to use. At least for visitors who are not using a screen reader. Screen reader users have to struggle with pages that lose focus, change without prompting the user of new data, and much more. However, there are many developers working on solutions to […]
Attribute Selector Test Page We have avoided using CSS3 rules for too long. It’s been difficult to justify using rules that won’t work for a significant portion of our audience, Internet Explorer 7 and below. However, Internet Explorer 8 is coming out soon and does work with the features we like. I think it’s fairly […]