doesn't work in lynx | The Paciello Group BlogThe Paciello Group Blog
"While we as developers and advocates should be mindful of such software, we cannot be held to not using features of HTML because they don’t work in Lynx."
"QUAIL is a jQuery plugin for checking content against accessibility guidelines. It provides a flexible way to test for certain problems (say, images missing an alt text) and a collection of over 200 tests to get you started."
CSS: When to Use Generated Content · Jens O. Meiert
"It suffices to reverse the above statement and say that anything that doesn’t actually represent content, like auxiliary information or decorative elements, is fine to be held in a style sheet."
"BOOTFLAT is an open source Flat UI KIT based on Twitter Bootstrap 3.1.0 css framework. It provides a faster, easier and less repetitive way for web developers to create elegant web app."
Image sprites or data URIs? Icon fonts or SVGs? A Grunt workflow for the 'gold' standard - Author and responsive web developer Ben Frain
"If you need to support platforms like Android 2.1 and Windows Phone 7.5, font-face is likely to leave you wanting. SVG with a PNG fallback gets you better coverage. If opting for SVG with PNG fallbacks, image sprites are the best performing manner in which to serve them."
"A simple in-browser tool created by developers at BBC Sport for checking how a responsive website responds to different screen sizes."
Installable web apps - QuirksBlog
"The mobile browser “bookmark” function should become “install” and place an icon on the home screen. This icon starts up the web page or web app; likely from local memory."
Accessibility in Firefox for Android: Some more technical background, Part II | Marco’s accessibility blog
"What made the accessibility possible at all in the first place was the fact that Firefox for Android started to have a native Android UI instead of a custom XUL one."
Rosenfeld Media | Coding Accessibility: An interview with Steve Faulkner
"On the design end, Steve urges designers to understand that design elements are not just “pixels on a page,” but rather semantic containers for information described in code."
Average Internet speed Grew 29% to 3.6 Mbps, Mobile Traffic up 80%
"Global average connection speeds have hit a new high, rising 29 percent year-over-year to 3.6 Mbps. Meanwhile, the demands of the mobile world are growing very fast, with data traffic increasing by 80 percent in the last year."