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How to Make Forms More Accessible

Whenever the topic of accessibility, specifically screen readers, comes up, I always hear, “Just write the markup in a semantic way and it’ll be fine.” Why do we say that? Because the whole field of accessibility stuff is so broad and dense that we want to write it off. Is it true though? Can just semantic markup cover it? I care, but I can’t change my title to Accessibility Wizard and spend hours and hours casting spells and reading obscure tomes to figure out how to make my sites...

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4 Different HTML/CSS Layout Techniques to Create a Site

In this article I want to focus on four different ways you can create multicolumn layouts. Each way has its pros and cons. To demonstrate how these layouts behave and look like, I’ve created a simple web site that uses HTML tables, CSS float property, CSS framework, and flexbox. As different approaches were used for  different parts of the site, we can say it was sewn from different pieces. That’s why I named it a “Frankenstein’s site”. Spooky… Why is this so important? Imagine...

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It’s evolution, baby! Web animations from GIFs to CSS3

From the beginning. 1987. The year when GIF was born It was 1987 when the GIF format was introduced by the CompuServe company. After that, in 1989, animation support was added as one of the features. So, GIF became some kind of a standard in web animation. If somebody wanted to create an animated website back in the 90’s, GIF was probably the first thing that they were thinking about. Here’s an example of how it looked like back then. Seems like some things always remain the same,...

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EnjoyCSS Update: Create and Share Your Personal Projects with Friends

We are glad to announce that we have successfully updated EnjoyCSS – an open source feature rich generator of CSS code. The new update brings new useful features, bug fixes and improvements. The newly added features include simple registration on EnjoyCSS site using Facebook, Google+ or GitHub account. Now you can get your personal account, log in and save your projects there. Alternatively, you can use your email for login and account creation. Once registration is completed, you get...

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