"Accessibility Directory" by David Vignoni, licensed under LGPL

Common Accessibility Traps and Solutions

Web accessibility has gained momentum recently, both due to governmental policy and also recent additions to the HTML 5 specification. Yet, when web developers create websites, there are many misconceptions regarding how content is presented for users with disabilities. This article presents some of the most common mistakes that are made, and possible ways for web developers to spot them and then solve them.

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Web Development in Dart with Enonic CMS

Traditional programming of Enonic web pages involves XML, XSLT, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. But JavaScript is a language that, although turing complete, is more oriented towards smaller web development projects than larger applications. Trying to do proper object-oriented programming can be more difficult in JavaScript than in many other popular programming languages today. In order to rectify some shortcomings in JavaScript when it comes to app development, there have been many extensions and alternatives to JavaScript that have been put out on the market. Google's attempt at a web development programming language is Dart, so is it possible to use Dart in an Enonic project? The target was "Edna", Enonic's internal invoicing and hour registration system.

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HTML5 video

In this blogpost I will show some simple examples of how easy it is to start using the HTML5 video standard. Some of the challenges surrounding this will also be adressed.

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Microdata - semantic markup - schema.org

Semantic markup helps technologies such as search engines and web crawlers better understand what information is contained in a web page. Microdata is a specification used to nest semantics within existing content on web pages, used by major search engines Bing, Google, Yahoo! and Yandex to provide better search results.