iframe scrollbars and borders in HTML5 ? working with “seamless” | Max Design
"The seamless attribute is designed to make the <iframe> “seamlessly” look like it is part of the parent document."
Clip your hidden content for better accessibility | Yahoo! Accessibility Library
"This article demonstrates how screen readers announce the various methods of hiding elements, such as labels, with CSS."
Juicy Studio: Colour Contrast and CSS Sprite Maps
"In high contrast mode, CSS content is considered decorative, and therefore disposable."
In Search Of The Perfect CAPTCHA - Smashing Magazine
"This article follows the search for the perfect solution to the problem of increasing amounts of human-generated spam."
Flexible height vertical centering with CSS, beyond IE7 | 456 Berea Street
"Logically, display:table should not make screen readers treat fake tables as real tables. But just to make sure I did a bit of testing and found that ? unfortunately ? that isn’t always the case."
HTML5 Accessibility Chops: section elements | The Paciello Group Blog
"HTML5 introduces new section elements. The new elements include header, footer, section, article, nav and aside. What is the accessibility potential of these new elements for users of assistive technology such as screen readers?"
Wallaby | Adobe Flash FLA to HTML - Adobe Labs
""Wallaby" is the codename for an experimental technology that converts the artwork and animation contained in Adobe® Flash® Professional (FLA) files into HTML."