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Archive for the ‘Accessibility’ Category

jQuery UI Checkbox/Radio Buttons

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Recently I’ve had the good fortune to getting back into using jQuery and jQuery UI on a new and exciting project after a year and a half of using DOJO and MooTools – both are very good languages in their own right but not my cup of tea.  And one the things I think are […]

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Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008

Recently I had been asked to help put together a post scroller widget for a WordPress install but sadly after it was nearly completed it was agreed that it would not “fit” the site it was meant for. And it is true, some sites, depending on who the site is meant for – the targeted […]

Create an unobtrusive photo gallery

Saturday, April 5th, 2008

As you very well know by now, I have created quite a few image / photo galleries and the ultimate goal was to allow them to be as unobtrusive as possible. Well, the other day I got into a discussion with a co-worker and the questions he asked were, “How is that unobtrusive?”, referring to my gallery plugins, “The images are in list elements?” My answer to that was, “They can be styled to have each list element float and punched up a bit.” His rebuttal, “But what if styles were off also?” I hesitated for a second and he know he had won this conversation and silently walked away.

Accessible and Search Engine Friendly Image Rollover with CSS and Sprites

Wednesday, November 21st, 2007

I’ve been using StumbleUpon for a few weeks now and have found a ton of sites that have given me a ton of knowledge, some that have confirmed my thoughts of quite a few things and sites that just made me shake my head at. One such site was talking about CSS Image Rollovers and […]


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