Diigo Bookmarks 10/31/2019
- Calibrate Your Accessibility Evaluation With ACT | W3C Blog
"The W3C ACT Rules Community Group (ACT-R) is a place where anyone interested in rules writing and reviewing can participate. Today ACT-R counts over 50 contributed rules with more in development. Mature rules are submitted to the W3C Accessibility Guidelines Working Group (AGWG), which develops WCAG, for formal publication."
- Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 95 | WebKit
"Added image/apng as a supported mime type for images"
- Uncommon Use Cases For Pseudo Elements
"Pseudo-elements are in use for a long time. However, there are some uses cases that I feel they are not entirely known across developers. I wrote down this article to shed light on them so they can be used more."
- Dark mode is everywhere. But it's not better for legibility or usabili
"The bottom line is, whether or not you choose to go dark should be based on your personal aesthetic preference, because in regard to usability and legibility, dark mode isn't actually better."
- Using the Platform - Web Performance Consulting | TimKadlec.com
"People talk a lot about the web being accessible or performant by default, and while it's not perfect, it's also not that far from being true. Creating the platform means you have to prioritize these things."
- As the internet turns 50, we must protect it as a force for good - World Wide Web Foundation
"On October 29, 1969, the internet era began as UCLA Computer Science Professor Len Kleinrock sent the first message on ARPANET, a network of computers that would evolve to become the internet."
- Auditing For Accessibility Problems With Firefox Developer Tools - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
"Note: The color vision deficiency simulator is only available if you have WebRender enabled. If it isn't enabled by default, you can toggle the gfx.webrender.all property to True in about:config."