20 Useful Resources for Learning about CSS3

Jan 28 2009 by Jacob Gube | 30 Comments

Though W3C’s CSS3 specifications aren’t finalized yet, modern web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and WebKit-based browsers already have full or partial support for them.

As a web developer, it’s crucial to be well-informed about modern and future web standards. To help you stay ahead of the curve – here are 20 excellent resources on the topic of CSS3.

1. CSS3 Progress Report

CSS3 Progress Report - screen shot.

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10 Tools for Evaluating Web Design Accessibility

Aug 27 2008 by Jacob Gube | 28 Comments

Testing for web accessibility (how usable a website is by individuals with disabilities) is an often neglected part of web design and development. Web accessibility is important not only because your content will reach a wider range of audience, but also because correcting web accessibility issues have secondary benefits such as cleaner and more semantic code and better indexibility on search engines.

In this post, you’ll find 10 free tools to help you evaluate and correct issues which decrease your website’s accessibility. There was a high emphasis on the ease-of-use during the selection of these tools.

1. Firefox Accessibility Extension

Firefox Accessibility Extension - screen shot.

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