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Web Accessibility Gone Wild

This article presents a wide variety of mistakes, misconceptions, over-indulgences, intricacies, and generally silly aspects of modern accessibility.
http://webaim.org/articles/gonewild/
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10 tools for evaluating web design accessibility

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.
http://sixrevisions.com/web-standards/accessibility_testtools/
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5 Steps for the Perfect Tabbed Navigation Menu

Here's Dmitry Fadeyev 5 steps to ensure your tabbed navigation menu is perfectly implemented:
http://www.usabilitypost.com/post/6-5-steps-for-the-perfect-tabbed-nav
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Designing for Modern Monitors

Do we really need to be designing for 800x600px resolutions any more? What should designers be taking into account when considering their site visitors monitors?
http://www.redswish.co.uk/designing-for-modern-monitors/
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The 100 most funny and unusual 404 error pages

A list of 100 funny and unusual 404 error pages for your 404 inspiration!
http://blogof.francescomugnai.com/2008/08/the-100-most-funny-and-unusual-404-error-pages/
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Importance of HTML Headings for Accessibility

Video demonstration on the importance of HTML headings for accessibility from a blind person's perspective.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmUPhEVWu_E
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UTF-8: The Secret of Character Encoding

Character encoding and character sets have confused and baffled web designers of all ranks. This is a walkthru on Character encoding and how you should handle this information.
http://htmlpurifier.org/docs/enduser-utf8.html
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An Informative 404 Page

This tutorial shows you how to have a descriptive email sent to you whenever a visitor hits a 404 page on your site.
http://www.designshack.co.uk/news/an-informative-404-page
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Killer Web Accessibility Resources

The following sites contain tutorials and guidelines on how to make your site fully accessible, including to those with mobility impairment and cognitive difficulties.
http://whdb.com/2008/100-killer-web-accessibility-resources-blogs-forums-and-tutorials/
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Using captcha without displaying it

How I use captcha without making my users complete the barely readable phrase.
http://www.vileworks.com/blog/37-blog/58-using-captcha-without-displaying-it.html

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