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Web Standards: Some links for light reading

Every Saturday I will posting some links from Web Standards Planet for two reasons, the first is sharing good links and to waken up my Web Standards passion.

  1. The vanishing personal site - Jeffrey Zeldman


  2. HTML Reference with Accessibility Features - Accessify


  3. Web 2.0 versus Web Accessibility 101 - Accessify


  4. Standards, Guidelines, & Patterns - University of Minnesota Duluth


  5. Ajax performance analysis - IBM


More interesting reads on Web Standards related topics can be found on Web Standards Planet
[tags]jeffrey zeldman, accessibility features, web accessibility, html reference, umn edu, personal site, web standards, accessibility, usability [/tags]

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  1. it's being blocked by your firewall ... rather strange situation, here's an explanation
    http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-28563.html

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