Installment No. 4 at Practical eCommerce: Robust Websites

May 23, 2009

Topics: Accessibility.

It’s now available: Part 4 of the New Accessibility Guidelines series at Practical eCommerce. Part IV: Robustness.

Wouldn’t have thought I had that much to say on the subject of being robust, but there you have it. Enjoy!

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2 Comments to “Installment No. 4 at Practical eCommerce: Robust Websites”

  1. Joe, I created a blog post about your excellent four part series. It’s titled Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust

  2. I have struggled, without any real resolution, with flash and “accessibility,” mostly due to my lack of expertise with it. Or should I say, my desire to mix in other types of code – javascript for one, with flash – has always led to conflict, if used on the same page. It’s a shame that flash isn’t SE friendly – that was pretty much the death of flash – but I like it! Anyway, I read your article…on “Robust”…and have to say, you’re certainly about as “academic” on the subject of Web Standards as they come.