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Posts tagged ‘accessibility’

Writing jQuery/javascript that doesn’t suck

At the start of the year I was asked by the London Web Standards Group to do a talk at their January meet-up and after a bit of thinking I decided to talk about writing jQuery/javaScript that doesn’t suck; I’ve had to clean up plenty of badly written code in the past and I therefore thought I had some decent things to say. It must have gone well as the London jQuery user group asked me to give it again in their July met-up (which is on the 4th July). I included reference to plenty of external sites in the talk and they can ALL be found in this post (and a few extra bonuses). Read more

you – please sign; government – please pay attention!

Ian Fenn has now set up a petition on the governments website to make the big-wigs aware of the sorry state of a number of government websites – I have signed up and I think you should too, this is not only about crappy websites but also about public money (around £200000) being wasted and hypocrisy as the government themselves now state that public service websites should meet set accessibility standards – PRACTISE WHAT YOU PREECH GUYS!!!! Read more