BS 8878 2010 Web Accessibility Code Of Practice British Standard



PAS 78 is now BS 8878). The web accessibility code of practice via BSI (Building accessible experiences for disabled people) is NOW AVAILABLE and it should be interesting reading for all those who want to build their websites so the majority of people can access them: BS 8878 Web accessibility. Building accessible experiences for disabled […]

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A Website Design & Development Project Checklist



Here’s 10 examples, off the top of my head, of conversations i have actually had when I have had to postpone a website launch and the client has asked why?….. My answers: The changes you sent to the design brief on Wednesday The 150 images you sent to us yesterday to be included on the […]

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Comply With The Companies Act 2007 – Website & Email Footers



Does your site meet the legal requirements to comply with the UK Companies Act 2007? We ask all our clients to supply the information to comply with the Act, but I wanted this to act as a legal reminder for 2009. It’s quite simple to comply with this Act, and it can can make your […]

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Web Designing For Dyslexia



Web Designing For Dyslexia – What Problems Would a Dyslexic User Face? People with dyslexia frequently experience discomfort when reading because they find it more difficult to “decode” the words on the page, and can also find it difficult to remain focussed on a particular piece of text. Some people may also have to concentrate […]

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How To Use H1-H6 HTML Elements Properly



Proper Use Of H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6 heading elements: The six heading elements, H1 through H6, denote section headings. Although the order and occurrence of headings is not constrained by the HTML DTD, documents should not skip levels (for example, from H1 to H3), as converting such documents to other representations is often […]

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