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Which Web Development Programming Languages Should I Learn?

I am often asked this question by other Web developers. In fact, I regularly need to figure decide which web programming languages and technologies I need to learn next as part of my life long learning. Start with Web Browser Technologies Did… Continue Reading →

Getting Started in WET 3.1

Ramping up on WET 3.x and HTML5 standards can be overwhelming but it is so worth it as there is a lot of new functionality that comes built-in. Here is some information that you might find helpful. The following topics… Continue Reading →

WCAG 2.0 – Compliant HTML Tables

Below are examples of WCAG 2.0 compliant HTML tables. Be sure not to duplicate the table Caption and Summary as both will be read by screen readers. Simple Tables (skip to Complex Table) Here is sample source code for creating a… Continue Reading →

Legal Use of Icons, Images and Trademarks

Did You Know? The use of other companies’ and institutions’ logos, icons, etc. usually require that you obtain permission first, and then the placement must often be in accordance with their rules. Anytime you find graphics on the web, check the… Continue Reading →

Some Interesting Web Stats – As of February 2012

I compiled some interesting world stats recently and here is what I found: Most Popular Search Engines For most of the countries on our priority market list, Google is BY FAR the most popular search engine. However there are three… Continue Reading →

An alternative to WCAG 2.0 Compliance in Just 15 Minutes a Day

Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses don’t always have the financial resources to revamp their whole website to implement WCAG 2.0 Level AA standards. While compliance can take a fair amount of knowledge and effort, there are things that you can do on… Continue Reading →

WCAG 2.0 – The 4 POUR Principles and 12 Guidelines

Over the past few years, the issue of accessibility on the web has been heating up. Companies all around the world are being sued because their website is not accessible to everyone. In 2009, the Word Wide Web Consortium (W3C),… Continue Reading →

Make PDF files compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0)

While enhancing accessibility and usability are the goals of WCAG 2.0, the overall benefits to website owners in making PDF files that meet the WCAG 2.0 web standards include: To eliminate the cost and effort of creating both PDF and… Continue Reading →

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