Me elsewhere on the net:
(Web developers magazine, not microsoft’s .net). My accessibility column takes a brief look at the accessibility of .Net readers sites’:
- Tourdeglobe, graphics for text.
- Web-Fundi, access keys.
- DKeirle.com, fixed fonts and layout.
- Hunt for Property, tab index.
- Hungary Ben, colour contrast & colour blindness.
- Daymedia, headings.
- James Mills, embedding multimedia.
- Rawcliffe Leisure, large click areas for links.
- PSAS.org.uk, variable height elements.
- Sunny man’s blog: WordPress issues with headings, labels and skip links.
- Colour change widgets (and why not text-size widgets).
- Desktop CMS software
- Mylo-tv, new windows and consistent navigation
- Scumballs to cancer, headings and unnecessary markup.
- Common issues that keep occuring, even amongst standards aware developers.
- Screen readers, common strategies used by screen readers and how to allow for them.
- Guidelines and standards
- Zoom layout research
- Be prepared for the new internet explorer (7)
- Screen reading apples
- The Accessibility Lifecycle (which I think should be a must read for site owners, but I could be bias!)
- Accesskeys, of no practical value
- What is accessibility
Things I’ve been quoted on: