This hands-on workshop focused on ensuring that your HTML content in Carmen is accessible to all students, including those with disabilities. Ken Petri from OSU’s Web Accessbility Center demonstrated how to use the accessible HTML templates available in Carmen to organize your page content so that it is attractive and easy for everyone to read and …Read more at the full article: Usability for All: Accessible Content in Carmen (01/20/2012)
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A couple of weeks ago, this blog mentioned the availability of HTML templates for Carmen. Here’s the backstory.
Improving Accessibility in Carmen
Six years ago, toward the end of an IT accessibility conference hosted with the kind assistance of the Digital Union, I helped start a collaboration with Desire2Learn, focusing on accessibility. Folks from the University of …Read more at the full article: Good Looking (and Accessible!) Carmen Templates
jQuery, being open source, has a variety of plugins written for it, one of …Read more at the full article: jQuery Cycle Plugin – A Little Tutorial
Many people need to make their contact information available on a public web site but are apprehensive about exposing their inbox to spammers.
One solution is to put the address in the format of doe(dot)0(at)osu(dot)edu, but this is harder to read or copy and paste. There is a better way to prevent bots from parsing …Read more at the full article: How to Obscure Your Email Address from Web Browsing Bots
This hands-on workshop was the second of two sessions in an introductory exploration of the fundamental skills and concepts needed to produce modern websites. This session focused on using Adobe Dreamweaver to create and style a basic HTML/CSS layout and using that layout to create a small website.
Handout used in the workshop
This first session of two was an introductory exploration of the fundamental skills and concepts needed to produce modern websites. The focus of this session was the construction of a basic web page using Adobe Dreamweaver while learning the basics of HTML and CSS. This session was intended to introduce beginners …Read more at the full article: Web Fundamentals I (05/25/2011)