Test cases for SVG accessibility, with and without ARIA.
The Best of the Internets
This is an interesting discovery:
VoiceOver uses borders as a criteria to determine if a table is a data table or not.
An in-depth examination of
A few simple, practical examples of how to make your interfaces more accessible, by Eric Eggert.
Great minds think alike… I wrote at length about native semantics vs. fully-customized divs and the number of dependencies that come with the latter in the second edition of Adaptive Web Design.
A list of things browsers must implement to ensure poorly-coded sites work. That this is needed deeply saddens me.
picture element, faster taps, desktop gestures, and more are coming in the next iteration of Apple’s browser.
Dan Mall’s excellent overview of decoupling content and display using structured data to make your sites more flexible.
Microsoft is end-of-life-ing IE8–10, but that doesn’t mean we should stop supporting them. Some people can’t upgrade for reasons way beyond their control.