Looking to make your HTML5 video code Section 508 / ADA and WCAG 2.0 compliant? Over the course of the past few months, there has been a need for placing video on websites that meet Section 508 / ADA and WCAG 2.0 guidelines. To meet these guidelines (WCAG 2.0 Guidelines found under 1.2, which also … Continue reading HTML5 Video and Cross-Origin Issues
This week, here are some great tools and/or resources for designers and developers: HTTP Archive: review web performance data, both current and historical. I found this tool useful in determining if my page sizes were within the norm. CSS Lint: a tool to check your CSS syntax. At a minimum, it checks the basic syntax … Continue reading Resource Roundup of the Week
From the trials and tribulations in my years of web design and development, I had to keep a running "cheat sheet" of media and web object embed codes. At one point, I created objects and libraries to make my embed codes modular. Look no further, I found a handy tool that helps embed media and other web … Continue reading Embedding Objects
Considering all my web design and development work is subject to the guidelines put forth by Rehabilitation Act Section 503(b) and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), I found that the A11Y Project's checklist provided a quick summary for testing out accessibility guidelines on websites and applications.