When it comes to testing a website for WCAG compliance, it’s important to know that the issues found by these automated tools only account for ~30% of WCAG issues. You will still have to do manual testing. On the plus side, some of these are the same tools that lawyers use when they hit you […]
If your website is accessible, it means your site is WCAG compliant and that everyone, with or without a disability, has the same level of access as everyone else. The Department of Justice says that all websites are subject to the ADA and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. To meet those requirements, the W3C […]
A Solution to WordPress anchors and fixed headers. Add an anchor offset using CSS to scroll to the correct position on a page.
A senior dev co-worker sent me this today. It takes a lot to rattle him so I was pretty excited to read the code. I was not let down. There’s a trend of bad code from this particular competitor. If we can even call them that.
A review of Pluralsight and how it compares to Coding Bootcamps and other Online Learning sites.
Some insights as to how a hiring manager views your developer resume.
I recently had to review a WordPress site built by a designer using a theme builder. This WordPress site was supposed to be WCAG 2.1 compliant.
We found this little gem on a 20 page site.
CSS snippet to aid in creating images that maintain a certain ratio across all screen sizes.
Snippet that will open a popup link centered in your screen.