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The latest in accessibility law, strategy, program management, and news, as well as upcoming events, and articles on web development issues, techniques, design patterns, auditing, WCAG, and resources of a technical nature.

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  • The Accessibility Tools Framework (ACTF)

    IBM announced today (4th, December, 2007)Â the contribution of its Accessibility Tools Framework (ACTF)Â to the Eclipse Foundation, an open source community focused on developing a universal platform of frameworks…

  • Providing Context for Ambiguous Link Phrases

    It’s not unusual to stumble upon ambiguous link phrases on web pages (phrases such as, “Click here”, “More”, and so on). Some screen readers allow users to gather a list…

  • CSS Editor bookmarklet for IE

    For times when CSS styles need to be tested, on the fly, in Internet Explorer, the CSS editor bookmarklet can come in handy. It was originally developed from the test…

  • Fieldsets, Legends and Screen Readers

    Note: I wrote this article in 2007, there is a 2023 update Fieldsets, Legends and Screen Readers again. Italian translation Fieldset, Legend e Screen Reader by Roberto Castaldo. The grouping…

  • One Reason Why Section 508 Isn’t Working

    An area of accessibility that I have been deeply involved in for the past 18 months is the TEITAC (Telecommunications and Electronic and Information Technology Advisory Committee). By the way,…

  • The TPGi Voice

    For well over a year, several members of the TPGi team and I have been talking about setting up a company blog. The problem is, we have so many things…