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Accessible Data Visualization with Web Standards

Three basic techniques for incorporating some simple data visualization into standards-based navigation patterns.
http://www.alistapart.com/articles/accessibledatavisualization
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7 Tips for Great Print Style Sheets

Here are a few tips for creating a print style sheet for your pages.
http://www.cssnewbie.com/css-rules/7-tips-print-style-sheets/
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Advanced CSS Printing—Using CSS Page Breaks

Luckily, using page breaks in CSS is quite easy.
http://davidwalsh.name/advanced-css-printing-css-page-breaks
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CSS for Accessibility

Even better, no sexy visuals will be harmed by the use of these techniques. Promise.
http://24ways.org/2007/css-for-accessibility
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What does Accessibility mean?

Jonathan Snook explains the difference between accessibility and usability.
http://snook.ca/archives/accessibility_and_usability/what_does_accessibility_mean/
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15 Tools to Make Your Site Printer Friendly

15 helpful resources on creating printer friendly web pages.
http://www.designvitality.com/blog/2007/11/printer-friendly/
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Screen readers sometimes announce display: none contents

Roger talks about how screen readers don't always ignore the display: none property.
http://www.456bereastreet.com/archive/200711/screen_readers_sometimes_ignore_displaynone/
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Accessibility Is About Minimizing Requirements

The less requirements you have, the more freedom people have to use your site, the more accessible it is to the world.
http://www.thefutureoftheweb.com/blog/accessibility-minimize-requirements
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10 Usability Nightmares You Should Be Aware Of

If your visitors don't understand how they can get from point A to point B they won't use your site.
http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2007/09/27/10-usability-nightmares-you-should-be-aware-of/
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W3C Compliance & Macromedia Flash

A Creative Solution to Validate Pages Containing Macromedia Flash and Work Around XHTML Specifications for Microsoft's Internet Explorer.
http://www.jvmediadesign.com/blog/blog.php?id=108

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