In Ensure Web Pages are Accessible, I discuss how every page I publish is built ground up with accessibility elements in mind. The WAI/WCAG requirement for the ability to skip navigation links is often overlooked in designing web pages. This post covers how I implemented skip navigation links on this site and (mostly) follows the read more >> . . .
I’m pretty sure every developer out there will disagree with me on this one. The most common approach when building a web page or template is to add CSS that completely resets the browser’s margins, padding, and natural spacing to zero before adding design CSS. The (largest) argument is that this is the only way read more >> . . .