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12 Accessibility Pitfalls to Avoid

Here’s our list of twelve accessibility pitfalls to avoid along with some examples showcasing sites that either excel or fail miserably in these areas.
http://designshack.co.uk/articles/accessibility/12-accessibility-pitfalls-to-avoid
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We are Color Blind

The patterns and examples on this site help you create websites the color blind can use without problems.
http://wearecolorblind.com/
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CheckMyColors

An accessibility tool that checks the foreground and background color combination of a page to determine if they provide sufficient contrast for the visually impaired.
http://www.checkmycolours.com/
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Pitfalls of Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools

Automated web accessibility evaluation tools are hard to trust, understand and only provides feedback on a small amount of factors that influence accessibility
http://www.standards-schmandards.com/2009/pitfalls-of-web-accessibility-evaluation-tools/
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34 Free CAPTCHA Scripts and Anti-Spam Services

Managing spam comments on your blog is very time consuming. Here’s a list of 34 free Captcha scripts and anti-spam services you can use to be more productive.
http://www.netwaver.com/35/34-free-captcha-scripts-and-anti-spam-services/
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Differences between IE8 Compatibility View and IE7

A side by side comparison of the changes in CSS and JavaScript in IE8 Compatibility Mode developers should take note of to make their sites compatible in it.
http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2009/03/12/site-compatibility-and-ie8.aspx
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iBBDemo iPhone Browser Simulator

iBBDemo is a desktop app that simulates the iPhone browser for cross platform development. It correctly renders Webkit targeted HTML, including the custom -webkit CSS extensions.
http://labs.blackbaud.com/NetCommunity/article?artid=662
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Valid (X)HTML - Is it important?

As a web designer you’re encouraged to write valid code, but is it really important? A look at the reasons behind validation.
http://www.leemunroe.com/how-important-is-valid-html-web-standards/
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Semantic Markup and Accessibility Standards - An overview

This guide provides a medium level of understanding of accessibility standards, which include include W3C and WCAG standards.
http://www.new-age-design.com/business/semantic-markup-and-accessibility-standards-an-overview
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JavaScript and screen readers

A look at how screen readers interact with various JavaScript events, and how to use that info to create dynamic sites that are also accessible.
http://northtemple.com/2008/10/07/javascript-and-screen-readers

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