Links for August 15th
- Making maps accessible - Commonwealth Conversations: Technology - Mapping applications are a great example of where accessibility is not just about adding alternative text to graphics - think about the information your users need and only then decide an approach for alternatives to the map.
- Adactio: Journal—Hypertext history - Jeremy Keith goes on a trip down markup memory lane.
- HTML5 Boilerplate - A rock-solid default for HTML5 awesome. - The second starter template for HTML5/CSS3 projects I've seen this week, this one includes some (Apache) server configuration files too.
- HTML5 Reset - A starter template for HTML5/CSS3 web projects, probably the first of many.
- Bronte Capital: A fund manager experiments in geek... - The switch from Windows to Linux from an economic perspective.
- Commonly Confused Bits Of jQuery - Smashing Magazine - For a small library jQuery has a lot of functionality, there have been several occassions where I've discovered the reason I was finding it so hard to accomplish what I needed was because I was using the wrong method. This blog post highlights many of the places where that is likely to happen.
- Surfin’ Safari - Blog Archive » The HTML5 Parsing Algorithm - WebKit unveils it's HTML5 parsing engine, opening the way for inline SVG and MathML.
- Start Using HTML5 WebSockets Today | Nettuts+ - Nice introduction to the WebSocket API, which you can probably start using just as soon as the protocol stabilises.
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