Archive for August, 2005

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Evaluating Web Sites for Accessibility with Firefox

Patrick H. Lauke at Get Tooled Up outlines how Mozilla Firefox can be used in conjunction with the Web Developer Toolbar to carry out a preliminary accessibility review. Although awareness of web accessibility has steadily increased in recent years, many web developers are still uncertain about how to evaluate their sites. The relative complexity of […]

IE7 to support more standards

IEBlog has an entry about how they are working very diligently on improving the CSS and standards support in IE7 even though IE7 Beta 1 offers nearly nothing for improvements. I wanted to make it clear that we know Beta 1 makes little progress for web developers in improving our standards support, particularly in our […]

Commenting code guidelines

Attention programmers, Ryan Campbell at particletree has posted some really great guidelines for commenting your code. Commenting your code is like cleaning your bathroom–you never want to do it, but it really does create a more pleasant experience for you and your guests. Because I’ve recently adopted a new mantra to use comments frequently and […]

Google Ranking Factors

Trying to get a high page ranking for your website in Google can be challenging, especially if you don’t know what they are looking for. Well, some very smart webmasters have made some educated guesses as to what Google is looking for and have published their Google Ranking Factors – SEO List. There are “over […]