Archive for the ‘Accessibility’ Category

The time element (and microformats)

Please note that since this was written, <time>, datetime have been made more powerful, so this article is obsolete. Doctor Bruce has the low-down in his blogpost The best of <time>s. Microformats are a way of adding extra semantic information to a webpage using HTML classes — information like an event’s date and time, a […]

Your Questions Answered #4

Here we go with another post rounding up your HTML5 questions and sharing the answers with the world. We cover a wide range of topics this time, inlcluding ARIA, storage, offline capabilities, and document outlines, so read on to find the answers. We also want to know what areas of HTML5 you’d like us to […]

The section element

We doctors are a bunch of chums using HTML5 and writing about how we do it. And we realise that we’ve been using the section element incorrectly all this time. Sorry.

Accessibility & Native Drag and Drop

A few days before my native drag and drop article came out Gez Lemon wrote about accessibility in drag and drop, and touched on HTML 5. I then promised to look at implementing accessibility with native drag and drop, and here’s my findings.