Diigo Bookmarks 11/02/2017
- Advanced CSS-Only Form Styling - Jonathan Harrell | CSS Blogger & Teacher, UI/UX Designer, Front-End Developer
"Forms have always been notoriously difficult to style with CSS, but there are several little-used selectors that give us significant power to style inputs and surrounding elements. Some of these are relatively new, while others have been available for quite some time."
- What is WCAG 2.1? Let's understand the history of WCAG first.
"At a high level, WCAG 2.1 is going to add to 2.0. 2.0 was so well-written in 2008 that it's stood the test of time in that all of the requirements are still very, very valid. So, hang on to 2.0 and let's add 2.1 to it. There's a parallel effort to the WCAG 2.1 dot release. The 2.1 dot release is very focused on filling known gaps. Lastly, there is another movement called Silver, this is Accessibility Guidelines 3.0."
- André Staltz - The Web began dying in 2014, here's how
"The Web and the internet have represented freedom: efficient and unsupervised exchange of information between people of all nations. In the Trinet, we will have even more vivid exchange of information between people, but we will sacrifice freedom. Many of us will wake up to the tragedy of this tradeoff only once it is reality."
- Voice Guidelines | Clearleft
"Designing a voice interface? Here's a useful list of lists: as many guiding principles as we could find, all in one place."
- My approach to using z-index - Hacker Noon
"Global: elements that must render on top of elements elsewhere on the page - z-index values must be declared as global variables in a central location"
- Ace, by DAISY
"Ace, the Accessibility Checker for EPUB, is a tool developed by the DAISY Consortium to assist with the evaluation of accessibility features of EPUB publications."