Links for June 2011
- Clip your hidden content for better accessibility | Yahoo! Accessibility Library - How you hide your extra content for screen readers can make a big difference to accessibility, this post gives a run down of all the techniques and examines clipping in detail.
- Google Testing Blog: Introducing DOM Snitch, our passive in-the-browser reconnaissance tool - A Chrome extension that enables developers and testers to identify insecure practices commonly found in client-side code.
- How To Run A News Site And Newspaper Using WordPress And Google Docs - 10,000 Words - An interesting approach to building a newspaper, using free tools to generate and publish the content online, then feeding that same content into InDesign for the print edition.
- Microformats 2 and RDFa Collaboration | The Beautiful, Tormented Machine - Finding common ground in the quest to express semantic data in web pages.
- Useful :nth-child Recipes | CSS-Tricks - Several good examples with clear illustrations.
- publicdata.eu: Data, Apps and 800,000 Triples at lod2.okfn.org - The Open Knowledge Foundation announce the launch of a European-wide registry of semantic web data.
- Cascading Style Sheets Standard Boasts Unprecedented Interoperability - After just a single, short decade of development the CSS2.1 standard is now a W3C Recommendation.
- Where are my rounded corners? « Boagworld - "Sometimes we see confusion among our clients when they see their new site in their browser and it looks different to the design they signed off. In this fact-sheet we explain why accepting these differences has many benefits and doing so outweighs the limited drawbacks."
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