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I can teach HTML. Well.

Andy Mabbett’s training session on the correct and accessible use of HTML tables was described as “informative, interesting and… an accomplishment” Continue reading

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The Highway Code should be available as a set of linkable HTML documents, not just PDFs

The Highway Code should be available as a set of HTML documents, not just PDFs, and it should be easy to link to a specific section. Continue reading

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Marking up the scientific names of living things

A language code is needed, so that the scientific (or taxonomic) names of living things can be distinguished, then pronounced, translated or otherwise processed, appropriately. Continue reading

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hAccessibility – Unhappy First Birthday

It’s one year today since Bruce Lawson and James Craig published “hAccessibility“, about the misuse of the ‘abbr’ element in microformats (an issue I first raised on 20 September 2006 in Accessify Forums). As recent events show, the microformats cabal … Continue reading

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More Nokia N95 (and Opera Mini) wishes

Dear Nokia, and Opera, When using your browsers on my N95, please can I: Copy text from a web page Disable CSS View the HTML source Parse microformats (not least hCard, to add contact details to the address book and … Continue reading

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