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awarded  Commentator
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comment What are the minimum steps that I should follow to ensure that my web site is accessible to the disabled?
There are several caveats for the 'alt text' rule. Unfortunately, I've worked with people who treat it as a hard-and-fast rule - i.e. EVERY image MUST have an alt attribute. Then they add things like "Our company's logo" to a logo image, and "a big blue 't'" to an image linked to a twitter account.
Aug
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comment What are the minimum steps that I should follow to ensure that my web site is accessible to the disabled?
uxexchange.com?
Aug
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comment Font resizing widgets: worth it?
This is yet another case of a question that might be better asked (and already has been) on uxexchange.com
Aug
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answered Font resizing widgets: worth it?
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awarded  Student
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comment Removing non-www support
Yup, I also believe it's better to make it a R=301, to indicate that the redirect should be considered permanent.
Aug
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Good CSS Books/Resource
Aug
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answered Should I bother supporting IE6?
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answered HTTPS for entire site
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awarded  Editor
Aug
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comment Form label position for best usability
Yes - it's a bit of an 'issue'. I believe uxexchange was set up using the 'old SO' model. Sites using the new model, such as webmasters, seem to be getting a lot more attention. So something that's more relevant to uxexchange ends up being more successful on webmasters. I'm not sure what the solution is - migrate uxexchange?
Aug
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awarded  Critic
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answered Allowing customers to edit static website via WYSIWYG
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comment Form label position for best usability
Is this not more appropriate for uxexchange.com? (uxexchange.com)
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