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March 2007

ARIA: Accessible Rich Internet Applications

ARIA, formerly known as DHTML accessibility, is an up-and-coming standard being developed at W3C - World Wide Web Consortium. All documents are available on the Protocols and Formats Working Group public page. This includes the ARIA roadmap, the ARIA roles spec and the states module.

January 2007

Activating the Right Layout Mode Using the Doctype

by 7 others
In order to deal with both old tag soup written to old browser quirks and new CSS-compliant pages, Firefox (and other Mozilla Gecko-based browsers), Safari, Opera (7 and later), Internet Explorer 6 and 7, Mac IE 5, and Konqueror (3.2 and later) have two main layout modes. In one mode the layout engine attempts to render conforming pages according the CSS specifications. In the other mode the layout engine tries to mimic old browsers. In Firefox these modes are known as “the Standards mode” and “the Quirks mode” respectively. In this document the same names are used also when referring to the modes of the other browsers.

October 2006

February 2006

Alsacréations formations HTML / CSS et conception Web

by 63 others, 3 comments
Alsacréations est une communauté dédiée à la conception web aux normes, et notamment aux standards W3C, aux feuilles de style CSS, aux langages HTML et XHTML, ainsi qu'à l'accessibilité du Web en général.

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