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Pagination navigation is a set of links that allow users to navigate through paged content. Pagination navigation is common on blogs and forums. It’s usually in the form of numbered page links that appear at the bottom of each page, and may also include previous/back and next/forward links, as well as links to the 1st […]

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Updated: 08/03/2011 – Added a live example of blocked non-ad images. Note: This post is not condoning tricking users by trying to slip advertisements past ad-blocking plugins. The purpose of this article to to help keep actual content from incorrectly being labeled as advertisements, and thus hidden from visitors. As someone viewing websites on the […]

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Photo by Wardofsky In a press release Thursday (Dec 11, 2008), the W3C has promoted the new WCAG 2.0 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines into the current recommendation. The new WCAG 2.0 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (current W3C Recommendation) builds and expands on the previous WCAG 1.0 Accessibility Guidelines released several years ago. The WCAG 1.0 […]

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Firefox Keyboard Shortcuts You Can’t Live Without

Typewriter photo by sooperkuh Keyboard shortcuts are vital for navigating and performing various actions quickly, and are very helpful for designers when working on projects. Firefox has a keyboard shortcut for just about everything. Unfortunately, finding and remembering them all can be difficult. Also, shortcuts differ slightly between Windows, Macs and Linux versions of Firefox. […]

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Tech Soapbox just published an article on 10 Things to Factor Into Your HTML, outlining some important things to consider when coding a website. While I agree with the majority of the points made in the article, number 7 irks me a bit: 7. Use Outline:0 Another small one but useful for FireFox. The CSS […]

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