On occasion, I’ve needed to add various pieces of software to sites I’ve designed or modified. Particularly with database-driven projects I’ve found myself needing to heavily modify scripts I’ve found or simply write my own in order to massage the produced markup into some vestiges of accessibility.
Although I make no claims of perfection, I’ve recently posted three new articles in the articles section of this site:
- Basic Boolean Search Engine in MYSQL and PHP (Hypertext PreProcessing)
- More About Boolean Queries in MySQL
- Simple poll using PHP and MySQL
None of these articles is going to provide you with rich, production-grade software or techniques for a large, heavily trafficked site. However, they should be easily sufficient to make it easy for you to add some small additional features to your
website which produces clean, valid markup.
- accessible web design