Two versions of a form in Chrome, one with prefilled background color indicator and one without.

Remove forced yellow input background in Chrome

If you allow your browser to remember what you write into forms it will pre-fill these forms when visiting again. That's very convenient. But Chrome forces a pale yellow background on all these input elements, likely messing up your design. And that background color cannot be overridden ... or can it?

"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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HTML based digital signage

Digital signage has become a natural part of most people's lives in the last few decades. All around us we are surrounded by electronic displays that present all kinds of information; advertisements, weather forecasts and travel routes. In this article, we show how Enonic CMS can be used for this purpose.