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Web Turns 30, Seems Popular

The world wide web has officially lasted 30 consecutive years, which means it’s catching up to its parent, the Internet, which itself is bearing down on 50. That’s an important distinction. The Internet is not the web; it is the foundation on which the web was born. In honor of…

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Tags: browser, html, internet, W3C

F87: CSS Generated Content and WCAG Conformance

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) does a good job of providing supporting techniques to help reviewers determine if a specific case would violate a given Success Criterion (SC). WCAG 2.0, which became a recommendation at the end of 2008, has carried these techniques over to WCAG 2.1, finalized in…

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Tags: accessibility, css, UX, W3C, WAI, WCAG

Stepping Back from the Edge

Due to lack of overwhelming request, you can download this logo (SVG). By now it is old news, in Internet time, that Microsoft Edge will replace its rendering engine with Chromium. Nearly six years ago I wrote about Opera dumping Presto to move to Chromium. The landscape is slightly different…

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Tags: browser, Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Microsoft, standards, W3C, whatwg

What’s New in WCAG 2.1

I field questions pretty regularly about what is coming in WCAG 2.1. I have offered links to the spec, pointers to W3C mailing list email, references to other posts (most recently David MacDonald’s post that looks at the same version as this post), but have avoided gathering them in one…

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Tags: accessibility, standards, W3C, WAI, WCAG

Slides from MinneWebCon

Kicking off #MinneWebCon, which is also its tenth anniversary. Cool. @MinneWebCon pic.twitter.com/CNxhK47Puv— Adrian Roselli 🗯 (@aardrian) May 1, 2017 I promised to share the slides, so here they are. If the embed is a problem you can go the slides directly on SlideShare. Tweets I feel like Marc really gets…

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Tags: accessibility, ARIA, html, slides, speaking, standards, usability, W3C, WCAG

Fringe Accessibility: Slides from London Web Standards

Last night I was one of two talks on accessibility at London Web Standards. As promised, I have posted my slides. If you cannot see the embed below, visit them directly at SlideShare. Video, Added 28 April If you cannot see the video embedded below, then view it directly at…

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Tags: accessibility, ARIA, css, html, slides, speaking, standards, usability, UX, W3C, WCAG

Selfish Accessibility: Slides from Talk at Government Digital Service

The nice folks at UK’s Government Digital Service had me in to talk to its team about accessibility. Conveniently I had a talk ready to go. You can view the slides directly at SlideShare or just enjoy the embed below. I have no ego tweets to share, which may be…

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Tags: accessibility, css, html, slides, speaking, standards, usability, UX, W3C, WCAG

Selfish Accessibility: Slides from WordCamp London 2017

I promised to share the slides, so here they are. If the embed is a problem you can go the slides directly on SlideShare. Video The video has just been posted (6 June) so I have embedded it with captions. You can also view it at WordPress.tv if it does…

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Tags: accessibility, ARIA, html, slides, speaking, standards, usability, W3C, WCAG

Slides from role=drinks at CSUN

Note: Below are the animated images and video that were in my slides but which did not survive in the transition to SlideShare. They are all quite large and will take time to load. If you want to save on your data plan, hit the browser’s stop button now. If…

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Tags: accessibility, html, slides, speaking, standards, W3C, whatwg

There Is No Document Outline Algorithm

I figured I would state the entire argument in the title. After all, as of this writing and the last seven-plus years, the statement is accurate as far as the browsers are concerned. I am penning this as sort of a follow-up to my post from 2013, The Truth about…

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Tags: accessibility, html, JavaScript, rant, standards, W3C, WCAG

My Slides from Abstractions

Slides from my talk at Abstractions, Fringe Accessibility. Note: Below are the animated images that were in my slides but which did not survive in the transition to SlideShare. They are all quite large and will take time to load. If you want to save on your data plan, hit…

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Tags: accessibility, css, html, slides, speaking, standards, usability, UX, W3C, WAI, WCAG

A Response to Thoughts on HTML5

This is a response to Thoughts on HTML5 by Janus Boye over on Medium. You can read this response on Medium as well. At the time of this writing, there is one response to my comment. I am re-creating it here because I feel strongly that relying on a third-party…

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Tags: accessibility, html, standards, W3C, WCAG

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