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Links List for Print Styles

I should qualify that I started writing this script and CSS, based on another experiment of mine, before I saw Aaron Gustafson’s 2005 ALA post Improving Link Display for Print. He uses similar techniques 12½ years ago that I use here, but with different syntax. Because scripting and styling has…

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Tags: css, html, JavaScript, print

A Responsive Accessible Table

Painfully slow demonstration of the example table resizing and different media queries kicking in. After writing (again) that it is ok to use tables, and after providing quick examples of responsive tables, I received questions about why I used some of the code I did. I am going to attempt…

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Tags: accessibility, ARIA, css, design, html, mobile, print, standards, tables, usability, UX, WHCM

Accessible Emoji, Tweaked

LĂ©onie Watson recently posted Accessible Emoji, a simple technique to make emoji characters accessible to those with screen readers. It requires a little bit of extra effort when inserting an emoji into a web page, but it is worth it to convey the meaning to screen reader users. Then there…

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Tags: accessibility, ARIA, css, design, html, print, usability, UX

Punch-Out Avatar

I built this on a whim after seeing some terrible examples on Stack Overflow, so unlike other demos I build there was no immediate application. That means it may or may not be useful as-is. Variation For this post I have forked each variation of the original and added a…

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Tags: accessibility, css, html, print, standards, WHCM

Web Design Myths

Net Magazine asked followers on Twitter to submit any web design myths they wanted busted: Got a web design myth you want busted? Let us know and we'll print the best tweets in the mag!— net magazine (@netmag) September 16, 2015 I took this to mean web development, not just…

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Tags: accessibility, browser, Chrome, css, design, html, mobile, print, rant, SEO, standards, usability, UX

Booster Conference Slides: Making Your Site Printable

I’ll fill this up with notes and other content later, but in the meantime here are the slides from my talk this morning: I’ve written a bunch of handy stuff on print styles, here are some links (or you can see all posts tagged print on my blog) along with…

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Tags: css, print, slides, speaking, standards, usability, UX

Speaking at Booster Conference in Bergen

A couple days ago I mentioned that I’d be speaking at the Ace! Conference in Krakow. I also suggested I might have other speaking gigs around the same time in Europe. Now I can announce that I’ll be in Bergen, Norway speaking at the Booster Conference. Most of my talks…

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Tags: analytics, print, speaking, standards

CSS Summit 2014 Slides: Making Your Site Printable

This afternoon I awkwardly stumbled through my talk for CSS Summit, Making Your Site Printable. I can tell you that speaking to a screen instead of to a room full of people is a whole different experience than I was expecting. Fortunately for you I do not have an audio/video…

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Tags: css, print, slides, speaking, standards

Speaking at CSS Summit

In just under two weeks the 6th annual online, live CSS and SASS conference, CSS Summit, will be underway and I have been asked to speak on print styles. You don’t have to deal with airports, hotels, taxis, or strangers. Heck, you don’t even need to leave your desk. The…

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Tags: css, print, speaking, standards

Printing from Mobile Has Improved

With more and more people relying on a mobile device as their primary computing platform, it stands to reason that more and more mobile users may want to print web page content — whether directly to a printer or as a PDF for later use (or display as in the…

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Tags: mobile, print, standards, usability, UX

“Tracking Printed Pages (or How to Validate Assumptions)” at Web Standards Sherpa

Today my second article at Web Standards Sherpa has been posted, Tracking Printed Pages (or How to Validate Assumptions). I fit a lot in there, but the gist is that I show you how to track when and what pages from a site are printed so you can make a…

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Tags: analytics, clients, css, design, html, print, standards, usability, UX

Print Styles Are Media Queries

I have alluded to this point in the past. Usually when I get off on a rant about print styles, I lump it into the overall process of making responsive sites and I use media query formatting in my examples. But I haven’t just flat-out said that print styles are…

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Tags: css, print, standards, usability, UX

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