Continuing in a similar light as yesterday’s post, Mr. Pilgrim points me to more Webbish jiggery-pokery.
- As I sort of explained in the previous post, I was once a humble web technician at The Company that Shall Not Be Named. Once I became aware of how W3C standards worked, I had to constantly struggle with said company’s code tools to generate markup I liked. Well, five years later, Microsoft finally buys the clue.
- The use of the accesskey attribute has always been very problematic. Mr. Clark says so, I say so, and now theres a table that says so. Ever since Internet Explorer 4 started supporting, I’ve been using numbers and punctuation exclusively for accesskey values, simply because of the conflicts with different operating systems, different browser implementations and support or lack thereof in assistive technology.